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Community Colleges Prepare For Fall Semester Amid Coronavirus

Newsy Friday, 29 May 2020
Community Colleges Prepare For Fall Semester Amid CoronavirusWatch VideoOnline learning is nothing new for many of the country’s 1,050 community colleges.

“We at Montgomery College have been doing distance learning for years," said Marcus Rosano, director of media and public relations at the Maryland school. "So we've been experts at it before this new world came.” 

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