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When four-year institutions are not offering baccalaureates for certain professions that require them, a growing number of community colleges are stepping in to fill the gap.
A partnership among two state universities and a community college has made it easier for students in rural western Kentucky to earn a baccalaureate in engineering.
Five community college in Missouri have formed a consortium to address aerospace workforce needs in the region.
State and local appropriations to community colleges have dropped from 62 percent of total revenues to 51 percent.
If America is serious about expanding opportunity, it should invest more in access to quality higher education, writes Miami Dade College President Eduardo Padrón.
Teens from Asian nations dominated a global exam given to 15-year-olds, while U.S. students showed little improvement.
A House subcommittee on Tuesday heard the gamut on ways to reform the Pell Grant program as Congress prepares to reauthorize its main federal student aid legislation.
Fresh off their recent bus tour of several community colleges, U.S. Labor Secretary Tom Perez and Dr. Jill Biden discuss the effect of workforce development efforts at two-year colleges.
New CEOs, appointments, kudos and retirements at community colleges across the U.S.
Nurses, the backbone of community college health care training programs, make up the largest group of licensed health care professionals in the country.
Next week, the name of our news service will change to Community College Daily.
News articles about community colleges in Arizona, California, New York, North Carolina and South Carolina.
The Statewide Transfer and Articulation Reporting System—which most Alabamians take for granted—is underfunded and in peril of collapsing.
What do Florida, Mississippi, New Mexico, Utah and Wyoming have in common when it comes to producing registered nurses?
A University of Hawaii system-wide task force to improve services for student veterans has started its work this week.
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