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Senate committee moves bill to allow collective bargaining rights for community college employeesWTOPIn Maryland, Senate Bill 746 would enable community college employees to unionize and hold elections if they wanted to, but it does not…


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Higher education officials urge legislature to invest in colleges and universities after pandemic takes toll on students and economyTexas TribuneAs the Texas legislature grapples with a struggling pandemic economy and the impact of an unprecedented…


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Commentary: Fast facts, and a challengeInside Higher EdAACC puts out a list of “fast facts about community colleges” annually. It’s well worth the read. Yo-Yo Ma performs at Berkshire Community College vaccine clinicAssociated PressNewly vaccinated…


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Sinclair College to study scrapping sportsDayton Daily NewsSinclair College’s board of trustees has voted to suspend sports programs for another academic year due to the pandemic and has left open the prospect of doing away…


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Cost-effective path to good career offered by state’s community collegesMississippi Business JournalSome higher education experts say the country is seeing a decade’s worth of change in education in just one year as a result of…


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South Carolina to shift basic law enforcement training to technical collegesPost and CourierSouth Carolina officials have approved a plan allowing law enforcement recruits to complete the first portion of their training at state technical colleges,…


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Pa., Lehigh Valley schools and others partner to help ‘near completers’ unemployed due to the pandemicMorning CallActing Pennsylvania Labor and Industry Secretary Jennifer Berrier on Monday announced Near Completers, a program she said will help…


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How a decline in community college students is a big problem for the economyHechinger ReportThe potential impact on the national economy of a decline in the supply of graduates with badly needed skills has been…


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South Carolina Technical College system recommends no tuition increases for fallSCNowThe South Carolina Technical College system has recommended to the presidents and governing commissions of each college that they do not increase tuition rates for…