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2013 November 25 - 12:00 am

Community College Week - VOLUME 26, No. 8

Point of View
Colleges can boost student success by making engagement inescapable, Kay McClenney writes.
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Losing HOPE
More than half of the Georgia technical college students who lost HOPE grants in 2011 haven’t returned to school.
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Free No More?
California officials are rethinking a generous financial aid system under which many community college students pay no fees.
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On Deadline
Americans who passed part but not all of the GED test are scrambling to finish the exam before a new test rolls out on Jan. 1.
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