Schools

TVCC now providing computer, welding classes to English learners

Noe Gonzalez (left), the High School Equivalency Program's outreach and engagement specialist, and Daniel Liera-Huchim (right), coordinator of the English as a Second Language program, at Treasure Valley Community College. (Liliana Frankel/The Enterprise)

ONTARIO – Treasure Valley Community College this spring will offer classes in welding and computer science to students in the English as a Second Language program to better integrate them into . . .

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