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What makes Sinclair unusual and worth notice, apart from its long history? I was struck by three aspects.
- First is the sheer scale of its impact on the community. According to Sinclair officials, at least half of all Dayton-area residents have taken classes there at some point.
- Second is the way it is trying to broaden access to its programs—for groups ranging from high school students to people in correctional institutions.
- Third is its integration and cooperation with other parts of the region’s educational and economic structure. You don’t always see research universities and community colleges working together; in Dayton they appear to be doing so."
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