Massachusetts state colleges are trying to solve a math problem
Boston Globe
Carrie Hale had spent years in low-paying jobs — cleaning houses and bagging groceries — followed by bouts of unemployment, before finally deciding to enroll in community college at age 30.

Trump talked tough but hasn’t reined in college tuition
Rather than press universities on affordability, President Trump has sought to tax them and promote alternative paths for students.

Revised model could give Missouri colleges extra funding
News-Press Now
The coordinating board for the Missouri Department of Higher Education recently approved revisions to a performance funding model that could help public colleges and universities acquire additional funding from the state.

Survey reveals businesses need for workforce education
Mississippi Public Broadcasting
Thousands of Mississippi business owners are saying the lack of workforce education affects their operations, according to a recent survey.

Police academy coming to Front Range Community College
The first 17-week class for the Peace Officer Standards Training academy will start Jan. 8.

LCCC works to increase student success through Guided Pathways
Wyoming Tribune
New students at Laramie County Community College soon may have a clearer vision of their path to graduation.

Shifting careers: Automotive service a reliable field in need of workers
In 2016, there were 3,309 jobs related to transportation technician careers within the Madison Area Technical College District.

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