Pennsylvania paying for college classes

01/1/2007 | Pittsburgh Tribune-Review

Pennsylvania plans to spend $8 million to pay for as many as 30,000 students to take college classes. Already 313 districts are participating and Penn State McKeesport Chancellor Curtiss E. Porter says the program helps boost the number of students who attend college while increasing enrollment on the school's end.

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