The recession is leading more adults in their 40s and 50s to seek additional training and education at community colleges. And the recession is leading more students who are traditional college ages to enroll at community colleges. An article in the Chicago Tribune notes a result of these two trends: more courses at community colleges in which parents and children are both enrolled.
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