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Food stamp work requirements would force states to provide job training. Many aren’t ready. Huffington Post The House version of the food-stamp-to-work program Congress is considering this week would require recipients to enroll in job…


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Community college pathways to medical school and family medicine residency training Annals of Family Medicine U.S. medical school graduates who attended community college were more likely to train in family medicine, suggesting community college is…


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Nursing offers South Carolina students a stable, rewarding second career Greenville News After watching nurses care for her ailing grandmother in the hospital last year, Octavia Frazile was moved to become a nurse herself. Three…


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Arkansas technical college looks to operate in the black talkbusiness.net How Black River Technical College President Eric Turner tackled the issues of deficit spending, a lagging student population and retention numbers, and too many courses….


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500 Baltimore public school students accepted in free community college program Baltimore Sun More than 500 Baltimore public school students will go to community college for free in the first year of the city’s “last-dollar…


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Palo Alto College, city in sync on workforce skill development mySanAntonio.com By achieving and maintaining a high level of performance, Palo Alto College is helping San Antonio’s economy continue moving forward — ensuring that the…


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Regents approve plan to consolidate community colleges in 2023 Hartford Courant The governing board of Connecticut’s 12 community colleges voted Thursday to move forward with a new plan to merge the schools into a single…


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Commentary: 82% of Dreamers won’t benefit from House bill’s citizenship path CATO blog Only a third of Dreamers would likely receive status under a plan the House is expected to vote on, and just 18…


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California is creating one big online community college CNN Money The statewide online community college will be tailored to working adults and prepare workers for jobs in growing industries, like advanced manufacturing, healthcare, the service…


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20 years, thousands of degrees: UPS’ college program enters third decade WDRB.com (with video) Angelica McBride, 20, is part of UPS’ Metropolitan College program, which has helped more than 5,000 night-shift workers earn certificates or…