Dr. Jill Biden Q&A

Falnnery, Mary Ellen
March 2012
NEA Today;Spring2012, Vol. 30 Issue 4, p46
The article presents an interview with Dr. Jill Biden, wife of U.S. Vice President Joe Biden and English professor at Northern Virginia Community College. She discusses how community colleges help students with diverse backgrounds by providing training, certification, and affordability. She discusses U.S. President Barack Obama's support for community colleges and higher education through summits, raising the limit on Pell Grants, and proposing the College Affordability and Completion Framework.


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