New York Times

Former NIC President Rick MacLennan describes the college as “a canary in the coal mine” — a warning of what awaits local institutions across the country as fiercely partisan and disruptive cultural battles spread into new corners of public life.


Mechanics need different skills to fix electric vehicles. That’s contributing to a shortage of EV mechanics. In New Hampshire, EV training programs are working to get technicians up to speed.

Gwinnett Daily Post

Classes in the 82,000-square-foot facility at the Georgia college are set to begin this week. The $42 million building will house the computer science and gaming departments, a cybersecurity war room, gaming technologies room, 29 classrooms and an eSports lab.

Portland Press Herald

A Maine lawmaker would expand upon the free tuition initiative to help prevent the enrollment declines at the state’s public universities from getting any worse.

Hechinger Report

Even in states with progressive funding, researchers find there’s not enough for the neediest students.


Louisiana leaders say the rate is misleading, and leaves out thousands of nontraditional students who transfer to four-year schools, earn an industry-based certificate to get or enhance a job or who start and stop their college classes because of family obligations.

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