Trump’s first days keep Dreamers in immigration limbo

Few groups face more uncertain fate under President Trump than the Dreamers, the 750,000 immigrants granted work permits and temporary residency since 2012 under Obama’s Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program.

How will solar jobs fare under Trump?

The solar workforce has been expanding fast, and a shift in federal policy probably won’t change that.

In S.C., a new partnership aims to bridge higher education

College of Charleston and Trident Technical College have announced Charleston Bridge, a one-of-a-kind, one-semester residential bridge program that will give selected South Carolina high school students a new way to gain admission to the College of Charleston and earn a four-year degree.

Jobs aptitude test is paying off for students at one S.C. college

Florence-Darlington Technical College has made a job-aptitude assessment mandatory for incoming freshmen in a college skills class.

Miss. community colleges could garnish tax refunds for student debts

A tax garnishment bill for individuals who owe tuition debt to community colleges in the state passed the Mississippi House of Representatives this week.

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