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by Christopher Livingston
On Jan. 9 2012, the California Community Colleges Board of Governors approved the recommendations laid out by the Student Success Task Force, which, according to its press release, “is aimed at rebalancing priorities to focus on the core missions of remedial education, workforce preparation, certificate and degree attainment and transfer.” What this means is that in coming years, the Student Success Task Force will organize the California Community College structure in a way which reflects their definition of academic success.
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by Petra Schultz
On Sept. 21 College of the Desert held an informaional meeting Cravens Student Services Center (CSSC) about the new “Study Abroad” program. The meeting provided information to students who wish to study in Salamanca, Spain during the Spring 2012 semester.
Does the unprecedented growth of Google Plus make it a Facebook killer? by Gleidy Isais Staff Reporter The growth ofRead more