May 4, 2020
More states are considering broad-based college aid programs, an idea that was sparked some 75 years ago with the GI Bill. Hosts Jon Turk and Sarah Spreitzer talk with College Promise CEO Martha Kanter about the future of college promise programs nationwide, particularly in light of the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on higher education.
Here are some of the links and references from this week’s show:
COVID-19 Policy Developments
ACE Launches COVID-19 Pulse Point
“The College Promise Movement: Free
Community College Equals Paid for and Sustainable”
by Martha Kanter
Community College Journal
Free College: Can Washington Keep
That Promise During a Recession?
The Seattle Times | April 30, 2020
Catalogue of Local and State College
Evaluating the Return on Investment
in Higher Education
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Jon Turk is the associate director for research at ACE. He conducts original research on a number of topics, including student success and completion, organizational change, and higher education policy.
Sarah Spreitzer is a director for government relations at ACE. She represents its members on matters related to research policy and funding, federal policy, international students, immigration, and legislative issues.