By Mike Klein
Mike Klein, Editor, Georgia Public Policy Foundation
Two young women in my family attend two-year colleges. The match is perfect. One works four days per week at a veterinary hospital and takes classes two days. The other works three or four days per week in a restaurant and attends school days and evenings. Not too many years ago the family might have expected these young women would be in four-year schools but two-year schools are the best match for their study needs, work schedules and finances.
My own family is an example of the emphasis on using two-year colleges for exceptional value and what they bring to the table. Young and increasingly older adults recognize they must…