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Bill to create state community college board advances in Senate
Palm Beach Post
In Florida, a bill that would create a new governance board for the state college system and impose a limit on the number of four-year degrees awarded by the colleges advanced in the Senate this week.

Maine college now has State Department-approved passport office
Press Herald
Central Maine Community College said it made the move in response to the growing number of students from different countries or from immigrant families who attend the school.

Walla Walla Community College to offer bachelor’s degree
Walla Walla Union-Bulletin
The Washington community college will develop 12 upper-division agriculture classes.

Kansas tech schools wary of Brownback’s latest plan for dual-credit enrollment plan
Lawrence Journal World
Gov. Sam Brownback’s plan to offer 15 credit hours of dual-enrollment college courses to every high school student, at no charge to the student, is being met with some skepticism from the state’s technical colleges.

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