Illinois college board adopts formula for $3M in emergency funds
The Illinois Community College Board has adopted a formula to distribute $3 million in emergency funds to community colleges in need.
UM system, St. Louis Community College address diversity issues
From a new diversity class for all employees at St. Louis Community College to requiring bias training for hiring managers at the University of Missouri System, both schools issued separate reports this week highlighting accomplishments and goals to make the respective schools more inclusive to all.
Commentary: Working to solve California’s thorniest problems
When the California Economic Summit gets together Dec. 13-14, our most vulnerable will be on our minds. In a state that has our wealth and energy, we can do better, write the incoming chancellor of the California Community Colleges System and the president of the Inland Empire Economic Partnership.
Candidates to lead college system make their cases
Candidates vying to lead the Tennessee Board of Regents visited Nashville this week to offer three distinct visions for the state’s network of community and technical colleges.
The California Guided Pathways project, which is based on a national reform model to increase student success, will be rolled out at 20 of California’s 113 community colleges.