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Texas association sets goals for next legislative session
The Texas Association of Community Colleges' goals for the coming year include transfer policies between community colleges and state institutions, how much funding community colleges receive and ensuring that two-year colleges are properly training students to enter the workforce.

Community college helps build skilled workforce
Great Bay Community College is continuing to develop its offerings and collaborate with educators and businesses to create a skilled workforce to fill technology and manufacturing jobs in New Hampshire.

N.H. colleges partner on bachelor’s degree program
Through a new partnership, Nashua Community College is now home to Granite State College, which will offer students an opportunity to transition from an associate degree program to a bachelor’s degree and eventually master’s degree program.

Mich. college to privatize its campus security department
Jackson Community College is dissolving its campus security department and privatizing the service in hopes of saving about $300,000 in this year's budget.

Remedial classes bad for students, colleges alike
Developmental education courses aren't good for colleges and universities, even though they bring in tuition money.

Commentary: Community colleges focus on remedial education
Providing developmental education so a student can succeed in college and contribute to the economic well being of Colorado is paramount.

N.M. program introduces Native students to biomedical field
Eighteen Navajo students from community colleges in and near the reservation in the Four Corners area are at New Mexico State University to do biomedical research with the Bridges to American Indian Students in Community Colleges.

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