Massachusetts launches first statewide salary negotiation workshops for women
The state is working with its community colleges, the American Association of University Women and the Massachusetts Commission on the Status of Women to offer the workshops.
Commentary: Realistic measure of student success at community colleges needed
Rochester Democrat and Chronicle
Three New York community college presidents team to pen an article on why three-year graduation rates tell a very small part of their students’ story.
West Virginia senate committees back free technical college
Two state Senate committees have backed free community and technical college for West Virginians in fields where state officials determine workers are needed.
Students at Metropolitan Community College build a house and get a taste of the real world
Building the house while inside the new Construction Education Center on the Fort Omaha campus in Nebraska gives faculty members the chance to conveniently observe the more than 100 students who will eventually work on the project over the course of the school year.