May 23, 2018
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Community college enrollment continues to grow – how should Maine respond?

The spike in enrollment at Maine’s community college system is explained as a reaction to the recession – people out of work are taking the time to improve their education and skills.

How can Maine capitalize on these students, many of whom have never been in a college class-room before? Can they be given incentives to pursue four-year degrees? Can they be matched with an employer looking to relocate to Maine or expand here?

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