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The digital Community College Journal is an enhancement of the print edition. Read the magazine from where you are, share content with your board and staff.
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A New Model for Academic Pathways
This year, Community College Journal ran a three-part series describing a new model for academic pathways, key design principles, examples from colleges leading the way, and implementation ideas. We’ve compiled those three articles into one glossy publication. As a member benefit, you can receive a free copy while supplies last. E-mail Tabitha Whissemore to request your copy. You can also read the articles online on the digital Community College Journal. The articles are:
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