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Kids and Teens
Not just adults attend community college! Learn about all the programs available to children and teens too.
Why High School Students Should Take Community College Classes
Learn the many reasons why high school students should take community college classes.
How Community Colleges are Inspiring Young Girls to Soar to Success
Learn about how community colleges are introducing programs that inspire young girls to achieve more academically, socially, and emotionally.
New Survey Shows Community College Students Feel Unprepared for the Rigors of Higher Education
Are you ready for community college? If your answer is no, then you are not alone. Learn about the second annual Pearson Foundation Community College survey that shows many high school graduates do not feel prepared for college-level work.
Community College Summer Camps for Kids
Community college is not just for young adults; learn how your kids can take advantage of learning opportunities offered at your local community college campus.
Kids in College: Community Colleges Ramping Up Summer Programs for All Ages
Even if your child is not college-aged, he or she can partake in summer programs at your local community college. Learn about summer programs on community college campuses that can inspires learning and fun in little ones.
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