Education group wants to ease community college credit transfers

IF THE NEW ENGLAND Board of Higher Education has its way, graduates from the Community College of Rhode Island and other New England community colleges will be able to transfer credits to independent four-year colleges and universities. / COURTESY COMMUNITY COLLEGE OF RHODE ISLAND
PROVIDENCE – The New England Board of Higher Education recently received a grant to develop a program that will allow community college graduates in Rhode Island, Massachusetts and Connecticut to transfer credits to independent four-year colleges. The education board said the $50,000, seven-month planning grant from the Teagle Foundation will allow it to begin the…

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