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Community Colleges is wonderful and is comparable affordable, especially for local students. The issue is seat availability. Way more demand than supply.
Not just adorable – – they are affordable as well! 😉
> And given that more than half of Latinx undergraduates and a little less than half of Black undergraduates attend community college, millions of students of color would undoubtedly benefit.
And that's one of the reasons the GOP will never support it.
Out of curiosity, if something like this or federal student loan forgiveness to a certain dollar amount goes into effect, what are the retroactive implications? For example, I'm in community college now, and I have borrowed under 5,000 in federal loans but will need to borrow more eventually to finish my degree after transferring to a university. If the laws change while I'm going through school, what does the mean for the tuition I've already paid, loans already taken out, or loans I may need to take out in the future?
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