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LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) -- Nebraska's six community colleges will work together to resolve their funding dispute, and Metropolitan Community College will drop its lawsuit against the other colleges, officials announced.
State Sen. Greg Adams, who helped mediate the dispute over the past two years, announced the agreement. Adams said all the colleges will work together over the next year to develop a new funding formula to be implemented July 2011.
The Omaha-based community college said in its lawsuit that it lost more than $10.8 million in the current school year because of the state's miscalculations and the other colleges' misrepresentations.
During the …