Financial aid for job-certificate programs is scarce, educators say

03/19/2013 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

Job-certificate programs offered at community colleges are the fastest-growing form of postsecondary degree, and the majority of people who receive them earn more on average than people with associate's degrees or bachelor's degrees. However, many educators say there is a lack of financial aid available to students who want to complete job-certificate programs, as most aid goes to students earning traditional degrees.

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