Tennessee colleges will now have to create suicide prevention plans
Nashville Public Radio
A state law taking effect July 1 requires all state institutions of higher education to develop and publicize their own protocols for mental health crises.

In move away from remedial classes, California community colleges roll out more transfer-level alternatives
Many community colleges are now starting to provide for-credit options to help students catch up academically while also meeting graduation requirements.

Murphy vows to protect free community college funding in 2020 budget
Press of Atlantic City
New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy is gearing up for a fight to increase the funding he made available last year for the state’s free community college program.

After regaining its independence, Compton College sets ambitious path for future
President Keith Curry wants to grow enrollment and enhance academic offerings.

Ohio community colleges form group to accelerate workforce training efforts
Ohio’s community college system has created the Ohio Workforce League, a new statewide workforce team to help strengthen the state’s career-readiness training efforts and stay ahead of emerging job trends.

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