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A new way to fund Texas community colleges focuses on student success, not enrollment

A historic $683 million investment in community colleges rewards schools for getting students to complete a degree or certificate, transfer to a four-year university or participate in college courses as early as high school.

The Austin Community College Riverside campus on Feb. 27, 2019.

How did the funding formula change?

How much are community colleges expected to receive?

Why did the state change the funding model?

How are community colleges changing operations to get more dollars?

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