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From its role in workforce development to its function in sustainability, the issue of college completion permeated discussions at this week’s fall meetings of the American Association of Community Colleges (AACC).
In fact, every session at the joint meeting of AACC’s commissions, committees and board of directors this week in Washington, D.C., specifically addressed the college completion agenda in all aspects of community colleges. College leaders mulled over how to define college completion, strategies to reach those goals and ways to convey the message to stakeholders in their communities—from businesses and lawmakers, to faculty and students.
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