Biden Advocates for Free Community College After Taking It Off the Table Last Year

President Joe Biden advocated for two-years free community college during his State of the Union (SOTU) address given Tuesday night from the U.S. Capitol grounds, despite having taken it off the table last year.Biden promised two-years of free community college while on the campaign trail ahead of the 2020 presidential election, however this promise appeared to fall flat last year when it was not included in the Build Back Better bill, the New York Times reported. He briefly revisited the plan while touting the administration’s education agenda. (RELATED: Federal Court Blocks Biden’s Student Loan Forgiveness Nationwide)“Let’s finish the job and connect students to career opportunities starting in high school and provide access to two years of community college, some of the best career training in America, in addition to being a pathway to a four-year degree,” Biden said. “Let’s offer every American the path to a good career whether they go to college or not.” Tune in as I deliver the State of the Union address to a joint sessi …

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