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January–June 2003 Issue

Appalachian Scene: A Voice for Appalachia
by Carl Hoffman

A longtime champion for Central Appalachia, Dave Lollis has helped build the three Kentucky-based community development corporations that make up Appalbanc: the Federation of Appalachian Housing Enterprises (FAHE), the Central Appalachian Peoples Federal Credit Union, and the HEAD Corporation's Community Loan Fund.


COAD: Pressing for Success
by Fred D. Baldwin

The Corporation for Ohio Appalachian Development takes a regional approach to building leaders and stronger communities in eastern and southern Ohio.


Helping Kids Get Ready to Learn
by Fred D. Baldwin

Photo of children from Tiny Tots Child Development

Alabama's new pre-kindergarten initiative offers quality early childhood education to preschoolers across the state, preparing them for success in school and beyond.


Investing in a High-Tech Future
by Fred D. Baldwin

Technology is the wave of the economic future in West Virginia, where the West Virginia High Technology Consortium Foundation is helping high-tech firms flourish.


Learning on the Education Express
by Carl Hoffman

In New York's rural Souther Tier, computer and software training travels to students by way of the Education Express mobile classroom, a project of the Schuyler-Chemung-Tioga Board of Cooperative Educational Services.


Schools and the Community: Fostering Mutual Support
by Fred D. Baldwin

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The benefits of building strong ties between Appalachian schools and communities was the topic of ARC's 2002 annual conference, in Maryville, Tennessee.

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