The Fayetteville Observer
Students are increasingly seeking practical, career-oriented education that provides immediate job skills, said Fayetteville Technical Community College President Mark Sorrells.

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
Four Republican bills conveying significant changes for Pennsylvania higher education got final approval from the state senate Tuesday. Two bills approved would attempt to boost in-demand occupations through scholarship programs which would require students, in exchange for financial help, to commit to working in one of those fields in Pennsylvania after graduation.

External factors such as Covid and FAFSA delays contribute to enrollment declines, but are not the root cause of the problem, says Lumina Foundation CEO Jamie Merisotis.

New England Public Media
Greenfield Community College’s faculty and staff union says that top administrators hid a report about diversity, equity and inclusion at the college.

A boost in classification and the ability to offer athletic scholarships for the first time is allowing Westmoreland County Community College to cast a much wider net in the local basketball recruiting game.

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