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Commentary: The strength of community collegesHuffington PostNow, more than ever, our nation needs two-year colleges—good two-year colleges.
Consider the high cost of low tuition at community collegesU.S. News & World ReportLower tuition at community colleges has led to too many students and not enough seats.
Calif. university to end guaranteed transfer for community college studentsSan Diego Union-TribuneThe University of California-San Diego program that guarantees transfer admission to community college students who meet certain requirements will end in 2014.
Three in mid-life about to become nursing gradsPantagraph.comA variety of second-career students are in the second-year nursing class at Heartland Community College in Illinois.
Maine community colleges recruit students for machinist jobsBangor Daily NewsThe Maine Community College System is partnering with the Manufacturers Association of Maine and the Great Bay Foundation to attract more high school graduates to pursue an education in the precision machining industry. (See video, below. You can also hear an audio report from the Maine Public Broadcasting Network.)
Source: WCSH-6 (Portland, Maine)
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