Jill Biden, the wife of Vice President Joe Biden and a longtime teacher, believes community colleges could become a tool to help economic recovery in the United States and a model for developing countries debating how to improve their education systems, reports the New York Times. Mrs. Biden made the comments as she wrapped up a five-day visit to Europe, her first independent trip abroad since President Barack Obama was inaugurated in January. "Community colleges are the way of the future," she said in a telephone interview. "Now with people losing their jobs, they're a great place to go for...

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