Net neutrality rollback concerns colleges
Inside Higher Ed
The consequence of the rule change would particularly affect community colleges and smaller state institutions.
Facing hiring challenges, Bosch Rexroth invests in high school vocational training
Through the Advanced Manufacturing Academy – a program coming next fall to the Greenville Technical College’s Center for Manufacturing Innovation – high school seniors will spend their afternoons exploring different careers and earning college credit in a series of hands-on courses.
State auditors tell regents to comply with law to consolidate purchasing
The recommendation sounds a lot like plans proposed by Mark Ojakian, president of the Connecticut State Colleges and Universities system, to consolidate purchasing and other operations not only for the four state universities, but also for the 12 community colleges under the regents.
Hawkeye Community College expanding adult learning space
School officials say the influx of refugees and immigrants to Waterloo, Iowa, in recent years is fueling demand for English as a second language classes and other instruction.