Lawmaker seeks to bring early childhood bachelor's programs to community colleges
Legislation would combat workforce shortage, address inequities in education, sponsor says
Posted on April 8, 2021
Capitol News Illinois
SPRINGFIELD – A bill that would allow community colleges to grant bachelor’s degrees for early childhood education is awaiting consideration before the Senate Higher Education Committee.
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