Alamance Community College's grade performance is down

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Since 1993, North Carolina Community Colleges, the organization overseeing the state’s 58 community colleges, has rated the schools annually on eight points.

Those include basic skills improvement, how students do on license tests, how well transfer students do in a university, how many students stay in school, graduate or transfer and student satisfaction.

Alamance Community College got its grades for the last school year, and they are not stellar.

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