Ind. lawmakers mull free community college program

Indiana lawmakers meeting soon for budget talks may consider a Tennessee-style measure to provide free tuition at the state's community colleges. As is the case in Tennessee, a proposed measure in Indiana would require students to enroll full time and attend consecutive semesters, lawmakers say. Other measures under consideration include improving remediation programs and accelerated degree programs.

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