Leading and teaching, too

College presidents find teaching a course helps them better understand student and faculty concerns and challenges. More...

An edge for ATE grants

Through Mentor-Connect, a pair of Georgia professors gets the support needed to secure grants for training more machining specialists. More...

Pell for prisoners

More than 40 two-year colleges will test a program allowing certain inmates to use Pell grants to pay for postsecondary education. More...

The value of Pell

In 1979-80, a Pell Grant covered almost all of the cost of attending a community college. By 2013-14, it was about half. More...
Community college CEOs with non-education career backgrounds tend to approach their roles differently but have the same goals.
Allowing inmates to use Pell grants for college will not only transform the students, but also their families and communities, according to advocates of the Second Chance Pell pilot program.