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Pa. community colleges applaud Senate Republican budgetCarlisle SentinelThe state Senate-approved $27.7-million budget for fiscal year 2012-2013 will restore crucial operating funds to Pennsylvania's 14 community colleges to help meet increased student and employer demands.
Project targets approach to math at community collegesTexas TribuneThe New Mathways Project in Texas is a collaborative effort to develop courses that allow students to earn college-level credit for math courses more quickly.
Pa. college to study feasibility of housing studentsPittsburgh Post GazetteThe questions about housing have become inevitable and increasing in recent years as Butler County Community College's enrollment grows and students are drawn from an ever-widening area.
Teen graduates high school with college degreemyfoxtampabay.comAt age 16, Dan Nusekabel is graduating from high school and college at the same time, the youngest person to graduate Hillsborough Community College (Florida) with an associate degree—and he's not done.
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