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Commentary: How to turn a community college into an economic engine Bloomberg Partnerships between schools and employers can better train students for available jobs. Just take a look at Forsyth Tech. South Carolina technical college…


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Oklahoma college adopts, funds new student advising model NewsOK.com Tulsa Community College has achieved a goal four years in the making — providing one academic adviser for every 350 students. West Virginia, Kentucky schools teaming…


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U.S. Education Secretary praises industry and higher education partnerships on Tuscaloosa visit AL.com On day two of the Alabama leg of the “Rethink School” tour, U.S. Education Secretary Betsy DeVos praised Tuscaloosa-area higher education, business…


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Grant to help accredit prep teachers to work in Gateway GE classrooms Kenosha News The Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development has awarded Gateway Technical College a $290,000 Fast Forward grant to help high school teachers…


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Corporations turn to community colleges to create programs to meet workforce needs Forbes Google isn’t the only major corporation taking the initiative on training its future workforce. Colleges and businesses connect to prep students for…


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West Virginia’s Community & Technical Colleges: Engine of social and economic mobility WV News One of the major challenges facing West Virginia is the fact that less than 35 percent of state residents between the…


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Free college programs sound great, but do they work? Market Place Despite questions about cost and effectiveness, free college plans have plenty of supporters. Auditor: Ohio universities and colleges face obstacles to reporting campus crimes…


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Tennessee community colleges see highest graduation rate, enrollment increase Knoxville News Sentinel Enrollment in the state two-year college system has grown slightly, with 88,352 students enrolled in community colleges in the system, according to the…


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Mt. Hood Community College to offer Subaru tech degree KOIN.com Subaru of America, Inc. has announced that the nation’s first college degree in Subaru automotive technology will be offered at Oregon’s Mt. Hood Community College…


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State’s community colleges continue hurricane recovery Daily Reflector Ensuring community college students affected by Hurricane Florence stay on track and graduate on time is the priority of the North Carolina Community College System, according to…