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By KEVIN KOELLING
TELL CITY – High-school students will now be able to get a stamp on their transcripts that guarantee 30 hours’ worth of advanced courses will be accepted by any state college.
“Colleges have to take it,” said Sherri Flynn, director of the Ivy Tech Community College Tell City campus. She explained students taking dual-credit courses, those that count toward high-school and college completion, can get the stamp if they earn certain credits comprising a general-education core of classes.
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