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The following list of Web resources is not intended to be comprehensive. Inclusion on this list does not indicate endorsement by the American Association of Community Colleges. provides a list of community colleges by state and information for teachers.

California Association for Postsecondary Education and Disability
Promotes the full and effective participation of individuals with disabilities in all aspects of California Higher Education.

College and Career Transitions Initiative
Seeks to  identify, develop, and refine practices that help students move effectively from high school to college and to careers by better aligning and improving the quality of secondary and postsecondary programs in high-demand career areas.  Partnership between the League for Innovation in the Community College, the U.S. Department of Education (DOE), Office of Vocational and Adult Education (OVAE).

College Drinking Prevention
Funded by the National Institutes of Health and the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcohol Prevention, College Drinking Prevention provides information and research on college students and drinking for students, educators, parents, counselor, the media, and college presidents.

Community College Baccalaureate Association
Strives to promote better access to the baccalaureate degree on community college campuses, and to serve as a resource for information on various models for accomplishing this purpose.

Community College Central
Funded by the Ford Foundation, this Web site houses the research and work behind the Ford Foundation's Bridges to Opportunity Initiative.

Community College Humanities Association
The Community College Humanities Association is an organization that exclusively serves to strengthen the humanities in the nation's community colleges.

Community College Journalism Association
The Community College Journalism Association is a professional organization for community college journalism teachers. 

Community College Teaching Centers
Part of the Department of Communication's Studies at the University of Kansas, this Web site provides a list of online community college teaching centers.

Community Colleges of Colorado
Community Colleges of Colorado helps meet Colorado's workforce and economic development needs with more than 400 academic and career programs, job training and retraining, practical professional development and certificates and degrees. This Web site has sections devoted to students and educators.Disabled Students

Program and Services
From the California Community Colleges Chancellor's Office.

Faculty Association of California Community Colleges
The Faculty Association of California Community Colleges represents all California Community College faculty on issues that affect the profession, the students, the colleges, and faculty members themselves.

Federal Resources for Educational Excellence
Provides educational resources by subject: arts; educational technology; foreign languages; health and safety; language arts; mathematics; physical education; science; social studies; and vocational education.

The Illinois Online Network (ION)
A partnership between the University of Illinois and forty-eight community colleges in Illinois to provide faculty development in the area of technology-enhanced and online teaching and learning for community college faculty.

The Institute for Community College Development
The Institute for Community College Development (ICCD), a partnership between the State University of New York and Cornell University, provides leadership development programs, consulting services, and applied research grant support for community college CEOs, administrators, faculty and trustees nation-wide.

Journalism Association of Community Colleges
The Journalism Association of Community Colleges is an association of California and Arizona community college journalism programs designed to provide continuing education for journalism instructors and extended educational opportunities for journalism students.

Peterson's is an informational resource for consumers about colleges and universities, career schools, graduate programs, distance learning, executive training, private secondary schools, summer opportunities, study abroad, financial aid, test preparation, and career exploration.

Re-envisioning the Ph.D.
A project funded by the Pew Charitable trusts, Re-envisioning the Ph.D. seeks to foster local and national/international discussions and initiatives that address the question: How can we re-envision the Ph.D. to meet the societal needs of the 21st Century? 

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