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The Community College of the District of Columbia Makes its Debut

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The community college is part of the University of the District of Columbia and is located temporarily on its Connecticut Avenue campus. It offers two-year degrees as well as courses to train students for careers in high-growth areas such as health care and hospitality. The University of the District of Columbia has suffered for years from declining enrollment and low graduation rates. The community college is an attempt to address some of those problems.

Jessica Gould reports...

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