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  2. ASA College - Wikipedia

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    ASA was founded in 1985 with a professor and 12 students in a small Brooklyn classroom. Known then as 'Advanced Software Analysis', the college focused on computer programming, as New York had a dire shortage of qualified mainframe programmers at that time.

  3. American Student Assistance - Wikipedia

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    American Student Assistance From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia American Student Assistance ( ASA) is a national non-profit organization to help students make informed choices to achieve their education and career goals. It is headquartered in downtown Boston, Massachusetts . Contents 1 History 2 Voluntary Flexible Agreement 3 Looking forward

  4. American School of Asunción - Wikipedia

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    The American School of Asunción (commonly known locally as ASA) is an American private international school in Asunción, Paraguay . Established in 1954, the school offers an instructional program from pre-kindergarten through grade 12.

  5. Asa Akira - Wikipedia

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    Asa Akira (born January 3, 1985) is an American pornographic actress and adult film director. Akira has appeared in over 505 adult films as of May 2016. In 2013, she became the third Asian performer (after Asia Carrera and Stephanie Swift) to win the AVN Female Performer of the Year Award. [4]

  6. American Studies Association - Wikipedia

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    The American Studies Association ( ASA) is a scholarly organization founded in 1951. It is the oldest scholarly organization devoted to the interdisciplinary study of U.S. culture and history. The ASA works to promote meaningful dialogue about the U.S., throughout the U.S. and across the globe.

  7. Lake–Sumter State College - Wikipedia

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    The college was established in 1962 by the Florida Legislature due to the efforts of Lake and Sumter county citizens. In 1962 it began operating under the state community college system, and classes began September 5 of that year in temporary facilities at Leesburg High School with Dr. Paul P. Williams as the college's first President.

  8. City of Hialeah Educational Academy - Wikipedia

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    25.891369°N 80.335842°W The City of Hialeah Educational Academy, also known as COHEA Career and Collegiate Academy is a public charter school in Hialeah, Florida. COHEA Career and Collegiate Academy offers a cutting-edge, 6-12th grade seamless college preparatory and STEM influenced curriculum with an emphasis on emergency response, health, and law

  9. SuccessTech Academy - Wikipedia

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    A 14-year-old student, Asa Coon, shot two teens and two faculty members at the school. According to Cleveland Division of Police, the student fatally shot himself. The student was reportedly angered over a suspension given to him earlier in the week, and school authorities confirmed he was not supposed to be at school on that day.