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Community College Week - VOLUME 26, No. 11

A Larger Mission
A Connecticut higher education advocacy group expands its goals to embrace completion as well as access.
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Point of View
The president of Excelsior College argues that learning can come in formats other than the traditional higher education models.
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Getting Their Feet Wet
Some Alabama middle school students learn about aquaponics through a partnership with a local college. Page 11

Defending Liberal Arts
A pair of college presidents say in a new book that liberal arts play a vital role in educating leaders and problem-solvers.
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