Community Colleges

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Community Colleges Hit Hardest by Enrollment Slowdown

After years of steep increases, higher education enrollments are slowing, almost across the board, and community colleges are taking the biggest hit in many states, with a decline of around 3 percent nationally.

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India: The New Frontier for Community Colleges

The ministry and other policymakers in India recognize that the community college model can indeed prove highly relevant to addressing workforce needs -- and also highly relevant to transforming the lives of 600 million youth in India through expanded access to higher education.

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Community College of Allegheny County

North Campus

Pittsburgh, Pa.

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Utah Tech College: Do Student Fees, Employer-Tailored Training Need Reform?

School president says leaders will take close look at recommendations.

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Back to College at 50

The American Association of Community College Plus 50 Encore Program has set a target of enrolling more than 10,000 students age 50 and older at more than 100 community college campuses.

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Project Aims To Tie Together Student Support Services

Ten community colleges will join a national project to bundle student support services to help students succeed in their academics.

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Jackson Community College Enrollment Continues To Drop

Roughly 12.5 percent fewer students are taking classes this winter at Jackson Community College compared to a year ago, keeping the college’s enrollment numbers at 2006 levels.

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Two-Year College Chancellor Wants To Make College Courses Free For High School Students

Alabama's two-year college chancellor wants to make enrollment in community college courses free for high school students.

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Christian Coalition Offers Community College Books on Christianity

In a follow-up to his earlier opposition to a federal grant providing materials on Muslim culture to Craven Community College, U.S. Rep. Walter Jones, R-Farmville, has secured a commitment from the Craven-Pamlico Christian Coalition to donate materials on Christianity.

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