Dreamers allowed to stay in U.S. for now
New York Times
President Trump will not immediately eliminate protections for Dreamers, undocumented immigrants who came to the United States as children, according to memorandums issued Thursday night.

Three worrisome trends in higher ed
Washington Post
Increasingly, the various types of higher education institutions have very little in common with each other. Some campuses recovered from the recession, but many still struggle to fill classes and balance budgets. Two new reports underscore troubling trends facing colleges and policymakers.

What community college presidents need from the business community
Albany Business Review
During a panel on “The Reinvention of the Community College,” community college leaders said businesses need to work with colleges more on their workforce needs.

Maryland community college launches opioid addiction program for incoming students
ABC 2 News
Beginning this fall, all incoming full-time students at Harford Community College will be required to learn about heroin and opioid addiction.

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Tabitha Whissemore
Tabitha Whissemore is a contributor to Community College Daily and managing editor of AACC's Community College Journal.