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2014 February 3 - 12:00 am

Community College Week - VOLUME 26, No. 13

Cuban Exchange
A group of students from Cuba arrives at Miami Dade College, the first academic exchange with the island nation in 50 years.
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Dumbing Down?
Some college faculty members complain that the drive to graduate more students is eroding academic standards.
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Getting Back On His Feet
After some setbacks, a former Brazilian actor claims a new career with help from a Massachusetts college.
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Testing Pell Grants
A pilot program at an Illinois college will test whether Pell Grants can benefit students who already have a degree.
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