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2015 February 4 - 12:00 am

President Obama Once Again Brought Increased Attention to Community Colleges

On a very cold and blustery January evening in 2004, I met Barack Obama, then an Illinois state senator, at the corner of Jackson and Franklin in Chicago’s Loop. I escorted him into the district offices of the City Colleges of Chicago, where I was a professor, and up to a 14th floor conference room.

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