West Virginia House members begin work on ‘free community college’ bill
Dominion Post
The state House Education made some changes to the bill as it came from the Senate. Four-year institutions that grant associate degrees would be eligible to receive grant money for students signing up to take an approved program.

Time for change? The potential impact two bills could have on students and teachers
Greenville Journal
One of the bills before South Carolina lawmakers would create a uniform system of dual-enrollment college classes for high school students that will transfer to each four-year and two-year institution in the state.

Youths exposed to engineering careers at Albany Technical College
Albany Herald
Albany Technical College and Albany Tech’s Engineering Preparatory Academy is celebrating Engineering Week by showing the next generation of students the equipment and skills needed to succeed in the industry.

Oregon college signs local students to career and technical education programs
Umpqua Community College is participating in the first National Career and Technical Education Letter Signing Day.

Community colleges offering options for ‘re-careering’
More and more baby boomers are heading back to school either to keep up with changing job requirements or to learn an entirely new trade.

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