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Valley fights to keep GED program

Posted: Thursday, May 22nd, 2014

Courier staff writer

ALAMOSA — Trinidad State Junior College (TSJC) adult learning representatives are appealing the Colorado Department of Education’s (CDE) decision to deny the Alamosa campus its General Educational Development (GED) funding and are questioning the process by which that decision was made.

TSJC Center for Adult Learning Director Anna Mae Rael-Lindsay Wednesday morning asked the Alamosa County Commissioners (ACC) for a letter supporting the college’s actions and efforts to bring back the grant dollars needed to serve the Valley’s adult education population.

Last night she, educator Ann Stanford and TSJC Associate Dean Bonnie Ortega also requested a letter of support from the Alamosa City Council, which unanimously approved a letter supporting the local GED program.

For the complete article see the 05-22-2014 issue.

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