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More wildfires and storms

In late August, wildfires in California prompted several community colleges and other institutions to close, while a hurricane was barreling toward states lining the Gulf Coast. Three weeks later, wildfires have now enveloped parts of…



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Back to virtual apprenticeships?The HillEven in a post-COVID-19 world, our country will rely on skilled workers to keep our digital and physical infrastructure upgraded and safe, writes Rep. Jim Langevin (D-R.I.), co-chair of the Congressional…


Funding roundup

Five community colleges have been awarded IDEAS (Increase and Diversify Education Abroad for U.S. Students) grants by the U.S. Department of State’s Capacity Program for U.S. Study Abroad. Community College of Baltimore County (Maryland), College…


Right-sizing for the future

Capital investment on community college campuses had grown increasingly tricky to calculate correctly even before the coronavirus pandemic, as enrollment fluctuated, more students took online courses and employer needs continuously changed. To date, COVID-19 hasn’t…



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Whitmer announces tuition-free path to community college for frontline workersWZZMEducation, labor, business and workforce leaders join to urge Michigan’s 625,000 COVID-19 essential workers to apply now for tuition-free college. Community colleges back ballot measure to…




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In crackdown on race-related content, Education Department targets internal book clubs, meetingsPoliticoThe Education Department plans to scrutinize a wide range of employee activities — including internal book clubs — in search of “Anti-American propaganda” and…