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Papers Selected for the National Community College Symposium, June 2008

Organized by Synergy Enterprises Incorporated, Silver Spring, Maryland, and the

Community College Research Center, Teachers’College, Columbia University

For the Office of Vocational and Adult Education, U.S. Department of Education


Debra D. Bragg ( University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign), Policy Issues and Implications of Transition To, Through, and From the Community College

Deborah L. Floyd ( Florida Atlantic University), Kenneth P. Walker ( Edison College), Emerging Trends and Policy Implications of the Community College Baccalaureate (CCB)

Dorothy F. Garrison-Wade ( University of Colorado at Denver and Health Sciences Center), Jean P. Lehmann (Colorado State University), A Framework for Supporting Students’ with Disabilities Transition to Community College

Warner N. Grubb ( University of California, Berkeley), The Complexities Of Vocational Pedagogy: Issues In Community Colleges

Linda S. Hagedorn ( University of Florida), Alberto F. Cabrera ( University of Maryland), George M. Prather (Los Angeles Community College District), Community College Course-Taking Patterns: Identifying the Key Markers of Success

Ken M. Kempner ( Southern Oregon University and the College and Career Transitions Initiative), Laurance J. Warford (The League for Innovation in the Community College and the College and Career Transitions Initiative), The Promise of the College and Career Transitions Initiative

Frankie Santos Laanan ( Iowa State University), Community College Accountability and Student Outcomes in Iowa

Terri M. Manning ( Central Piedmont Community College), Bobbie J. Everett ( Central Piedmont Community College) , The Status of Minority Males in Higher Education: Losing Momentum

Kimberly R. Rogers ( University at Buffalo-SUNY), Running on Empty: Financial Aid Awareness among Low-Income Adult Learners

Paul Elsner ( Maricopa Community College), Case Studies of Community College Formation in the Developing World

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