Puerto Rico Community Colleges

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About Puerto Rico

Puerto Rico is a large island in the Caribbean Sea. It is a territory of the United States, and its people are American citizens. The official languages of Puerto Rico are Spanish and English, but most people on the island speak Spanish.

The island of Puerto Rico is very mountainous, and the climate is tropical. The island is also home to the El Yunque National Forest, which is the only tropical rainforest in the US National Forest system.

Puerto Rico has a long history, and was originally inhabited by the Taíno people. The Taíno were a peaceful people who lived off the land. They were eventually conquered by the Spanish, who colonized the island.

Puerto Rico has a rich culture, and is known for its music, food, and dance. Puerto Ricans are also very proud of their heritage, and many people on the island can trace their ancestry back to Spain, Africa, or the Taíno people.

Education is very important to Puerto Ricans, and the island has a number of excellent community colleges. The University of Puerto Rico is the largest and most prestigious university on the island, and is a leading research institution. Puerto Rico also has a number of private community colleges, as well as many public schools.

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