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Penn College NOW Partners Attend Biannual Brainstorming

Paul R. Watson, dean of academic services and college transitions, welcomes Penn College NOW partners.
Paul R. Watson, dean of academic services and college transitions, welcomes Penn College NOW partners.
Penn College chemistry faculty members, Amy P. Toole and Kelly B. Butzler, both assistant professors, offer their perspective on how the college’s Fundamentals of Chemistry course might best be offered in high schools.
Penn College chemistry faculty members, Amy P. Toole and Kelly B. Butzler, both assistant professors, offer their perspective on how the college’s Fundamentals of Chemistry course might best be offered in high schools.

Penn College’s College Transitions staff, who administer the Penn College NOW dual-enrollment program for high school students, held a twice-yearly meeting Wednesday with its school district partners. During fall meetings, Penn College personnel hear from the secondary schools that participate in Penn College NOW how the program is working and present changes that may be on the horizon. While here, secondary representatives choose the Penn College courses they’ll offer to their students in the following academic year. Twenty-five secondary schools were represented at Wednesday’s meeting.

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