LeadMN calls on Governor Tim Walz and the Minnesota legislature to invest $125 million in community and technical colleges to pay for a 17% tuition cut. Read the full article here.

"At a time when community and technical colleges have seen major enrollment declines due to the pandemic, a tuition cut of this size could have an outsized effect on enrollment, helping to draw students back in," LeadMN President Axel Kylander wrote in a letter to Walz and lawmakers, adding that the request is reasonable given the state's projected $7.7 billion budget surplus.

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