As policymakers tout the importance of higher education in helping students secure jobs and succeed in the workforce, equity and affordable higher education is now almost constantly in the spotlight.

Ensuring that low-income students have a chance to secure a solid educational foundation before they enter the workforce is critical to U.S. society's success. And as student loans spiral out of control, loan repayment timeframes and salaries after graduation are crucial pieces of information for low-income students.

These public two-year colleges enroll over 40 percent low-income students at the school, and have relatively high outcomes for those students, according to U.S. Department...

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