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Ala. 2-year college program for youths to close

Updated: 06/24/2009 - The chancellor of Alabama's two-year college system says a program to help troubled youths stay out of prison is running out of funds and will likely be closed in June.

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Flesh-Eating Beetles Come to Dothan

Updated: 04/09/2009 - Wallace Community College in Dothan is using flesh-eating beetles to help students learn about science.

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Alabama prepaid tuition plan seesk cash input

Updated: 06/24/2009 - State officials seeking a financial rescue for Alabama's prepaid college tuition plan are looking to the Legislature for money and the state pension fund for management.

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Lawmakers could ban university trips to Cuba

Updated: 06/24/2009 - State universities and community colleges may not be able to use any state money to pay for research trips to Cuba, or even help pay the cost to organize trips to Cuba.

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Alabama graduation rates still among worst in US

Posted: 03/31/2009 - BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) - The number of students graduating from Alabama high schools has improved but a new report shows the state's rates are still among the country's lowest.

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Alabama 2-year college chief pushes for PACT continuation

Posted: 03/17/2009 - It is a road many have traveled on, going to college and getting an education. Recently, that road seems to be costing more and more each year. A program out there to ease those costs may no longer help as much as it did in the future.

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Local school officials get ready for statewide education summit

Updated: 03/04/2009 - Gov. Bob Riley will be speaking at a summit and has invited school officials, business leaders and faith based organizers from across the state. The goal of this summit is to develop action plans for improving graduation rates and help with college preparation.

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Alabama college plan hit with investment drop

Posted: 03/04/2009 - Alabama's prepaid college tuition program is scrambling to figure out how to keep paying students' tuition now that its investments are tumbling and its tuition costs are rising.

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Controversy over nursing exit exam

Updated: 02/26/2009 - Controversy over an exit exam has some former nursing students livid and they say their livelihood is at stake because of it.

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Stimulus plan could help Daleville city schools

Updated: 02/25/2009 - Some of the money in President Barack Obama's stimulus package may not be welcomed by everyone. But for Daleville schools, they're hoping it can help save their staff.

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Memorial held for Pike County High School student

Updated: 02/24/2009 - It was a packed house in the Pike County High School gymnasium, but not because of a pep rally or basketball game, it was to celebrate the life of a fellow classmate.

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Saturday Academic Enrichment Program

Posted: 02/21/2009 - Some local teachers and boys and girls club administrators are offering to help students of all ages with their studies.

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