Balancing Needs

Coulter, Ed
June 2006
Community College Journal;Jun/Jul2006, Vol. 76 Issue 6, p4
The article focuses on the efforts by the community colleges to help diverse students secure a better future. In response to the many problems involving students who are searching for a brighter future, community colleges provide educational opportunities to diverse students and help them prepare for work in the future. The variety of offerings provided to students at community colleges matched their interests and talents. An example of which include the balancing of liberal arts and technology on each campus, which reflects the commitment of community colleges to address the needs of business and industry.


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