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Morning Read: New law allows high school students to take community college classes at their school

LA School Report | August 17, 2016



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More high school students starting the year as…community college students

Pasadena Unified is one of the first Southern California school districts that have taken advantage of a new law that allows high school students to take community college classes on a high school campus during the school day. “When students earn college credit when in high school, over 90 percent of them [not only] go to college, but complete it,” said Pasadena Unified Assistant Superintendent Marisa Sarian. By Adolfo Guzman-Lopez, KPCC

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