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November 22nd, 2006
Technological Education Program Brings Two-year Colleges...
The ATE Centers highlighted in the ATE Centers Impact report (available at www.atecenters.org) focus on agricultural technology and biotechnology, chemical and process technology, engineering technology, environmental technology, information technology, and manufacturing technology and nanotechnology. The American Association of Community Colleges plans to publish a companion volume in 2007, highlighting ATE projects.
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