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Suburban case study: Who regulates the local college?Chicago Daily HeraldAs the College of DuPage in Illinois has undergone a $500-million building program, college officials have been at odds with the village of Glen Ellyn over whether new buildings are subject to local codes.
Less remedial instruction is the goalSacramento BeeAs state resources dwindle, education officials in California are searching for ways to hasten students through the system and devote resources to those who will earn degrees. Yet unprepared students are at greater risk for staying in school longer or dropping out.
International students ready to seed conservation efforts in their home countriesThe OregonianIn Oregon, 20 Mt. Hood Community College students in the Scholarships for Education and Economic Development program are ready to take the conservation skills they've gained at Mt. Hood back home to Latin America to better their communities.
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