All News Topics
Emily Rosado of Montgomery College has created a MOOC that prepares students for college English courses.
The Kresge Foundation is supporting new student success centers in California, Connecticut and New Jersey.
In Michigan, state funding cuts and loss of tax revenues have contributed to a drop in student enrollment at community colleges.
A Rhode Island legislative plan calls for more investment in job training programs and adult education, more internships and apprenticeships, and better coordination of existing workforce training programs.
In additional to paying full tuition and fees, international students at U.S. two-year colleges also contribute to the economy through personal expenses, such as room and board, food and transportation.
Differences in how the two higher education systems in Tennessee approach undocumented students has prompted state lawmakers to take a closer look.
Math professor Myra Snell of Los Medanos College has a faster approach to developmental math that is garnering attention in California and across the country.
The Missouri House has endorsed legislation that would implement performance-based funding for public universities and community colleges.
More than 10 students from the California community college have been hired to work as technicians at a company that makes automated coating and inking systems for commercial printing presses.
Louisiana education officials are aiming to revamp career education in the next two years through the Jump Start program.
John Bennett of Halifax Community College has a way of making mathematics relevant and understandable to each of his students.
About a third of four-year college dropouts would have had a higher chance of completing a baccalaureate if they began college at a two-year institution, according to new research.
Kentucky lawmakers working on the next state budget have been unable to find money to restore cuts to higher education that the governor proposed.
Alamo Colleges closed a budget deficit by attaining agreement on priorities.
When Joseph Searles III lived in Japan, he was taken with how hard the Japanese people worked to reinvent and rebuild their country after World War II. Their determination helped him to reconfirm his own strength.
- 15 ||