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“The best part of the program was the teachers. They are knowledgeable in their field because they work in it, and they are caring people.”
District programs have loaned nine ventilators and donated critical medical supplies and protective equipment to assist in the crisis.
In light of COVID-19 (novel coronavirus) concerns, the seven colleges of Dallas County Community College District will extend spring break for students by one week, through March 29.
Four students traveled to Washington, D.C., last month to meet face to face with the movers and shakers of American politics.
The DCCCD Board of Trustees approved a resolution to become “Dallas College” pending final signoff by SACSCOC, the regional accrediting body.
The funding will support the new DCCCD School of Education and its Early Childhood Institute, which will be offering a first-of-its-kind, four-year baccalaureate degree program in early childhood education and teaching this fall.
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