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Pending Connecticut law makes transferring college credits clearer
Connecticut Mirror
A state bill on its way to the governor would require the state’s public universities to publish links to transfer agreements on the state’s higher education website and, starting in January, submit annual reports on transfer credits accepted and rejected. The universities would also have to make public the graduation rate of transfer students.

The first state to offer free community college to nearly every adult
NPR
The opportunity to go to college for free is more available than ever before. States and cities, in the last year especially, have funded programs for students to go to two-year, and in some cases, four-year, schools.

Seymour praises Tennessee Reconnect program
Cleveland Daily Banner
Cleveland State Community College officials are praising the state’s decision to begin providing adults more opportunities to attend college for free.

Trump to highlight workforce issues at Wisconsin technical college
Madison.com
President Donald Trump plans to visit Waukesha County Technical College on Tuesday as part of his administration’s week-long focus on national workforce development issues.

Commentary: Ending the curse of remedial math
New York Times
CUNY Start and ASAP aren’t City University’s only success stories.

Ohio colleges to develop mentorship program
cleveland.com
The goal of the Mentorship for Student Excellence program is to determine whether peer mentorship can play a role in improving academic achievement, economic efficiency and baccalaureate degree completion for community college students.

Wisconsin technical college rooftop solar energy system would be largest in the state
Madison.com
Madison Area Technical College is set to install Wisconsin’s largest rooftop solar energy system.

Greenville Tech launches new corporate training partnership program
GreerToday
Greenville Technical College’s Economic Development and Corporate Training Division has launched a new corporate training partnership program.

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