Heartland Community College has been holding high school equivalency classes and english as a second language courses without getting paid by the state.
Heartland's Adult Education Director Tammy Truitt says some community colleges are ending their adult-ed offerings. Heartland is not. They are cutting instructors, increasing class sizes, and cutting time in classes. Truitt says this is very frustrating.
And she says this will affect students, forcing them to take longer to get through the material.