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Colleges and universities nationwide are aggressively pursuing community college transfer students to boost socioeconomic and ethnic diversity on their campuses.
In Texas, Austin Community College will add more scholarships for nursing students thanks to a $1 million donation from Kinnser Software.
A Missouri Senate committee has adopted a state provision to prohibit public colleges and universities from offering in-state tuition rates to undocumented students.
Several new efforts will help double the number of apprenticeships over the next five years, writes the acting assistant secretary of labor for employment and training.
The list of community colleges launching promising completion initiatives is growing, but many are struggling with taking those practices to scale.
About 39 percent of Americans ages 25 to 64 have a two- or four-year degree, according to new Lumina Foundation data.
New CEOs, kudos, retirements and appointments at U.S. community colleges.
Entrepreneurial incubators on community college campuses host start up companies and give them the guidance they need in a variety of areas.
As state legislators work through revamping K-12 policies, the next step will be to address developmental education in higher education.
Effective campus security finds the right balance between creating an open and free environment and upholding the duty to protect people.
Working with K–12 districts is a great first step in improving college completion rates and ensuring that students are better prepared for college-level work.
In North Carolina, veterans attending the 58 community colleges in the state may get a rate break.
Students enrolled at the seven community colleges in New Hampshire will see lower tuition bills starting this fall.
Klamath Community College in Oregon recently received a 2011 draft default rate of 29.9 percent. With 2009 and 2010 rates over 30 percent, that 1/10 of a percentage point is very significant.
Siemens this week announced nearly $660 million of in-kind software grants for manufacturing programs at community colleges, universities and vocational high schools in Massachusetts.
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