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2013 June 24 - 12:00 am
It is not news to community college leaders that the pressures facing our senior administrators, governing boards, and faculty are unrelenting. There has been standing-room- only at recent League for Innovation, Higher Learning Commission, and American Association of Community College conferences by attendees seeking collegial fortification, wishing for magic bullets, and hoping for realistic insights about tackling the issues at their home institutions.

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