Friday, November 26, 2010

Editorial on CU and DCCC Deal

In an editorial written in the, it was reported that Chester City and Chester Upland School District officials signed an agreement to “use 1 percent of revenue from table games at Harrah’s to allow the school district to become a sponsoring district for Delaware County Community College.” This means that students from the Chester area, including Chester Township and Upland Borough, cost to attend DCCC will cut in half from $194 to $97 per credit course. The editorial further reports, “It’s a win-win situation…this program has put a college education in reach for a lot of kids who otherwise would be shut out of the system.”

Good news on the college front.

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