Can Community Colleges Really Make a Difference?

According to the American Association of Community Colleges, 45% of all U.S. undergraduates are community college students. When you take into account two specific minority groups, the results are astounding. 52% of African American undergraduates and 57% Hispanic undergraduates are enrolled at a community college. On average, attending a community college is about $6000 cheaper... Continue Reading →

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“Interpretation” in Classrooms

Even though it was June, the combination of the wind and the setting sun kept the temperature around 40° F. We were standing up on a hill looking over a large swath of sage called the Lamar Valley. I’ll never forget when it happened. Every living thing we had observed that evening had been wonderful,... Continue Reading →

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