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Community colleges are changing the way we develop our workforce
West Virginia Public Broadcasting (with audio)
According to the West Virginia Higher Education Policy Commission, jobs in manufacturing, IT and health care are all in demand in the state – and to be qualified for those jobs, several only need an associate degree or certification.

Editorial: Community colleges need Albany support
Times Herald-Record
New York community colleges have to struggle to get adequate funding at any time but this budget year has turned into a perfect storm when all of the forces against them are strong and unyielding.

Commentary: Providing for Kentucky’s future
Cincinnati.com
In the ever-changing technological and economic environments, Kentucky’s 16 community and technical colleges are an important piece in the economic development puzzle for all Kentuckians.

Community and technical colleges make a comeback
Post-Bulletin
The last thing students — or their parents — want is three or four years of education in a field that won’t lead to a good-paying job.

Merging Connecticut’s community colleges is controversial
CT Mirror
Here are four things to know about the merger.

Pueblo Community College’s mobile learning labs nationally recognized
Pueblo Chieftain
The labs allow employers to offer hands-on training for specific operations without interrupting a company’s production schedule or requiring employees to travel elsewhere for instruction.

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