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Arizona community college professor selected for ground-breaking manned SpaceX mission12NewsDr. Sian Proctor always dreamed of being an astronaut, and now she will be a part of the first-ever all-civilian crew. Commentary: A post-Covid reinvention of…


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How Lanier Tech works to meet industry needs, connect students with jobsForsyth County NewsAs Georgia’s workforce ebbs and flows, Lanier Technical College moves with it. Clean SOIL: New initiative aims to fight litter across Southern…


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Dozens of states consider laws banning transgender women from team sportsSpectrum News 1A proposed law in North Carolina would mean transgender women and girls in public schools, community colleges and universities in the state would…


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State, higher education employees could receive pay raisesAssociated PressIn Mississippi, state employees would receive a 3% raise and most public university and community college staff would receive at least a 1% raise under one lawmaker’s…


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NFL partners with athletic association to bring women’s flag football to two-year collegesBizJournal.comThe game has been granted “emerging” sports status by the National Junior College Athletic Association, which will form a committee to create guidelines…


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A sharp debate over short-term credentialsOpen Campus“If you ask community college presidents what changes they would like to see in federal policy, the overwhelming majority will quickly cite Pell Grant eligibility for short-term programs,” says…



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The state board of higher education is pushing community colleges to offer more in-person classes this fallBoston GlobeThe Massachusetts Board of Higher Education is pushing the state’s 15 community colleges to plan for significantly more…


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White House prepares massive infrastructure bill with universal pre-K, free community college, climate measuresWashington PostThat effort is expected to be broken into two parts – one focused on infrastructure, and the other focused on other…


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Maricopa Community Colleges cancel classes amid cybersecurity issueKTARThe Maricopa County Community College District announced Friday it has canceled classes until March 29 after a cybersecurity issue forced its network system offline. It is due to…