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N.H. sets goal for more high-tech graduatesBoston GlobeThe state's community colleges and four-year campuses are working together to turn out more high-tech graduates, promising to double the number in the next 13 years.
Parking main complaint for Mo. college studentsSpringfield News-LeaderStudents at Ozarks Technical Community College are happy with the quality of instruction they receive. They feel secure on campus, too. Their only peeve is that it's hard to find a parking space at the main campus.
Community colleges dependent more than ever on new revenues to stay afloatVallejo Times-HeraldDwindling revenues are taking a toll on California's community colleges, and state leaders are worried that greater losses could occur under the governor's new budget plan if new money isn't found.
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