Colleges are no match for American poverty
The Atlantic
What separates Amarillo College in Texas from most of its peers is not any particular program, but how much it focuses on addressing the effects of poverty.

UW Colleges Chancellor Cathy Sandeen leaving for new job in Alaska
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Cathy Sandeen, who came to Wisconsin in 2014, will be the last chancellor of University of Wisconsin Colleges and Extension, as the two-year campuses are being regionally clustered with four-year UW campuses, and Extension will be under the umbrella of UW-Madison.

Aims Community College closes deal to bring flight program to NoCO Regional Airport
Loveland Reporter-Hearld
Aims Community College closed a $2.5 million sale this month on a hangar, warehouse and office center at the Northern Colorado Regional Airport, solidifying plans that have circulated since April to move the Aims flight school to Loveland.

Editorial: Businesses should follow the lead of JPMorgan Chase to support Dallas County ‘college for all’
Dallas Morning News
Education doesn’t come cheap, and without it, there exists the likelihood of untapped talent, residents missing out on job opportunities, and companies lacking strong staffs.

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