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Direct Federal Support of Individuals Pursuing Training and Education in Non-degree Programs

  • Author(s):
  • Cassandria Dortch
  • David H. Bradley
  • Alexandra Hegji

Recent Administrations and Congress have demonstrated bipartisan support for increasing federal assistance to individuals pursuing training and education in postsecondary non-degree programs, sometimes referred to as short-term programs. Non-degree programs are postsecondary training and education programs that are most often shorter in duration than a bachelor’s or associate’s degree program. They generally provide work-based learning or educational instruction to individuals who are beyond the typical age for secondary education to prepare them for a particular occupation. Examples of support have included proposals to expand existing federal programs, create new programs, and improve coordination between existing programs. This report provides an overview of existing federal programs and benefits that support individuals pursuing training and education in non-degree programs

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Publisher:Congressional Research Service
Published:February 16, 2021
License:Public Domain

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