Colleges, Tech Schools Would Partner with High Schools in 'High-Need' Fields

March 2015
Community College Week;3/2/2015, Vol. 27 Issue 15, p4
The article discusses a bill sponsored by State Senator Lindsey Tippen from Marietta, Georgia on a dual enrollment program under review by the Georgia General Assembly as of March 2, 2015.


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