Colleges and states turn their attention to slow-moving part-time students
Hechinger Report
On many college campuses in many states, part-time students remain an afterthought, even though part-timers now make up more than a quarter of students at four-year colleges, and close to two-thirds at community colleges.

Connecticut public college budgets cut $11M
Journal Inquirer
The spending reductions, distributed across all community colleges and the Connecticut State Colleges and Universities system office, total close to $11 million.

Milwaukee high school students train on robots at LTC
Herald Times Reporter
Students from Barack Obama School of Career & Technical Education recently visited Lakeshore Technical College (Wisconsin) to start learning how to program industrial robots.

Editorial: What Pennsylvania colleges will survive the upheaval in higher ed? These college leaders have some ideas
If Pennsylvania’s colleges are at risk, so are the communities that depend upon them for jobs, economic development, investment, education and cultural enrichment.

The rise of corporate colleges
U.S. colleges aren’t producing enough graduates with the skills companies need. So corporations are partnering with community colleges and alternative credentialing programs to build worker pipelines.

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