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Last updated on Thursday, February 16, 2012
(SPRINGS VALLEY) - A month after the announcement about a new partnership returning higher education to Orange County, classes have begun at the Orange County Learning Center, Springs Valley Campus.
The January announcement focused on plans for Ivy Tech of Bloomington to begin offering classes as a way of boosting education in the community.
The classes are held at 479 South Larry Bird Drive. Vocational courses and a pre-school program are offered at the building.
A number of partners, including the Orange County Community foundation, cooperated to bring the classes to Orange County, following the closing of the orange county area Learning Center, which dissolved in December 2010.
Classes began Feb. 6, and are serving 11 students, with some of those being enrolled in more than one class. Current classes are in reading, English, composition and algebra.
Another group of classes will begin March 5 for more information call the learning center is (812) 295-2674.
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