Tennessee’s Public And Community College Tuition Held Stable For 2022-23

Students Will Not Face A Tuition Or Fee Increase At Tennessee’s Public Community And Technical Colleges For The Upcoming Academic Year After The Tennessee Board Of Regents Voted Friday To Keep Rates Stable For The Second Time In Three Years.

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Tennessee Colleges See Record Decline In Enrollment Of High School Graduates

Many Tennessee Parents Are Hesitant To Send Their Children To The State’s Public Universities Because Many Of These Institutes Of Higher Education Have Become A Forum For Activists To Force Concepts Like Critical Race Theory Or Social-Emotional Learning On Students. Recent Reports Show That Only About Half Of High School Graduates In The State Are Going To College.

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Tennessee To Incentivize Colleges For More STEM And Healthcare Graduates

Tennessee Is Looking At Providing Incentives For Community Colleges And Universities To Recruit And Graduate More Students For STEM And Healthcare Fields. Governor Bill Lee Asked The Commission To Adjust The Funding Formula To Meet Demand For Workers In These Fields Over The Next Ten Years.

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Online College In Tennessee More Expensive Than Attending In Person

College Students In Tennessee Pay More To Do Their Schooling Online Than They Do To Attend Courses In Person, A Report From The Tennessee Comptroller’s Office Of Research And Education Accountability Showed.

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