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Only about 41% of entering ninth-graders are eligible to apply to a four-year state college in California by the time their class graduates.
Schultz earned an athletic scholarship to a state college and worked his way through school.
The students who complete the first two years, would then be able to get free tuition the next two years at a state college or university.
Charter Oak State College President Ed Klonoski said one of the community colleges got a similar offer from an out-of-state college.
Cuomo said the state is currently organizing a rebuilding effort using state college students and other volunteers.
According to a report by New America, the average cost of day care in the US — $9,589 annually — is now higher than the average cost of in-state college tuition.
This is not pitting vocational training against state colleges.
Such benefits would include state substance abuse treatment, transitional housing, long-term care, tuition waivers at state colleges, burial assistance and property tax exemptions.
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Definition of state college for English Language Learners
: a college that is owned and run by one of the states of the U.S. as part of the state's public educational system
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