From Auto Workers to…


This past week, The New York Times highlighted Sinclair Community College, a school in Dayton helping to retrain workers for the “new” economy.

This glowing piece highlights the school’s low tuition, well-respected programs, aid for displaced G.M. and Delphi workers, and growing enrollment.

“We help people go from $8-an-hour jobs to $18-an-hour jobs,”the school’s president told The Times.

It’s also good to see a Dayton institution get good press after all the negative “dying cities” stuff.

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