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Busts of Confederate generals to come down at Bronx Community College CBS New York After requests from community members, the college president said the school will be removing and replacing the busts of Confederate generals Robert…


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Community colleges tapping alumni to close funding gap 89.3 KPCC Cerritos College is doing something new this year: hiring its first ever director of alumni relations. Pierpont launches initiative to accept all local high school…


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Community colleges embrace state plan for four-year degrees Crain’s Cleveland Business A small entry in Ohio’s fiscal year 2018-2019 operating budget will mean a big change for the state’s community colleges, as they soon will…


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Could free community college come to Massachusetts? Fall River Herald News Some are calling for Massachusetts to consider following the path of the four states that have made community college free. Earlier this year, Sen….


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Free community college proposed in Baltimore WBAL TV Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh unveiled a crime-fighting plan that includes free tuition at Baltimore City Community College. Indiana to provide free certificate programs WBIW A new law…


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Signs that college tuition might come down 89.3 WFPL Recently, there have been signs that the decades-long rise in college costs is nearing a peak, including the proliferation of free-tuition programs and declining enrollment. N.C….


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Gas company is siphoning pipeline workers from community colleges Technical.ly Philly PECO, a subsidiary of Exelon Corp., is turning to a consortium of community colleges in the Greater Philadelphia region to meet its need for…


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New York to fund college courses for prisoners New York Times Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo is awarding more than $7 million in grants to higher education institutions – including Mohawk Valley Community College and Jefferson…


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Commentary: How free community college transforms rural America Forbes.com For many rural Americans, two-year college campuses like the one I attended are the only option for higher education and the skills needed to get a…


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DeVos visits Grand Rapids Community College to promote training Detroit Free Press From sampling the slow-cooked brisket at the Peter Secchia Institute for Culinary Education to talking with grade school kids participating in a summer…