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3 African Americans Selected to Lead Community Colleges in N.Y.

3 African Americans Selected to Lead Community Colleges in N.Y.

by Monica Levitan | May 21, 2017 Three African Americans were recently appointed to lead three community colleges in the state o Read more
Raimondo Says She’s Willing to Scale Back Free Tuition Plan

Raimondo Says She’s Willing to Scale Back Free Tuition Plan

by Matt O’Brien, Associated Press | May 16, 2017
PROVIDENCE, R.I. — Gov. Gina Raimondo said Tuesday she might have to scale back her plan to p [...] Read more
Seizure of Kansas Student Newspapers Shone Light on Dispute

Seizure of Kansas Student Newspapers Shone Light on Dispute

by Roxana Hegeman, Associated Press | May 14, 2017
WICHITA, Kan. — A federal mediator is expected to hear arguments next month over a grievance [...] Read more
Tennessee Legislature Passes Free Tuition Program

Tennessee Legislature Passes Free Tuition Program

by Adrian Sainz, Associated Press |
MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Tennessee’s new plan to allow older adults without a college degree or cer [...] Read more
Community Colleges Working Around State Budget Cuts

Community Colleges Working Around State Budget Cuts

by Catherine Morris | May 9, 2017
Financial struggles pose a problem for many community colleges, and can be expected to continue [...] Read more
N.Y. College President Heard Blaming Alleged Assault Victim

N.Y. College President Heard Blaming Alleged Assault Victim

by Associated Press | April 27, 2017
SANBORN, N.Y. — A New York community college president who was recorded disparaging an allege [...] Read more
Hispanic Leadership Pipeline Proving Vital

Hispanic Leadership Pipeline Proving Vital

by Ted Martinez Jr. and Susan A. Herney | April 26, 2017
Programs that prepare Hispanic role models for executive leadership are of increasing importanc [...] Read more
Lakin Institute a Model Program for Black CEO Development

Lakin Institute a Model Program for Black CEO Development

by | April 25, 2017
The Lakin Institute for Mentored Leadership was founded to prepare Black senior level community [...] Read more
McClenney Kicks Off AACC Convention

McClenney Kicks Off AACC Convention

| April 23, 2017
Dr. Kay McClenney, senior adviser to the president and CEO of the American Association of Comm [...] Read more
Report: Community College Full-time Students More Likely to Graduate

Report: Community College Full-time Students More Likely to Graduate

by Catherine Morris | April 19, 2017
Attending even just one semester of community college full-time, however, gives students a bett [...] Read more
Tennessee House Passes Free Community College Bill

Tennessee House Passes Free Community College Bill

by Sheila Burke, Associated Press | April 13, 2017
NASHVILLE, Tenn. — The Tennessee House on Thursday passed a bill to enable older adults witho [...] Read more
New Mexico Nursing Board Puts College on Notice

New Mexico Nursing Board Puts College on Notice

by Associated Press | April 12, 2017
SANTA FE, N.M. — Santa Fe Community College won’t be able to accept any new students into i [...] Read more
Kentucky Governor Changes Plan for Free 2-year Degrees

Kentucky Governor Changes Plan for Free 2-year Degrees

by Associated Press |
FRANKFORT, Ky. — A scholarship program that would have provided free community college for al [...] Read more
Persistence Puts Turner on Path to Education, Politics

Persistence Puts Turner on Path to Education, Politics

by Pearl Stewart | March 19, 2017
Her mother’s sudden death, left Turner, who was then a 22-year-old sophomore at Cuyahoga Comm [...] Read more
Expert: College Promise Programs must be ‘Sustainable’

Expert: College Promise Programs must be ‘Sustainable’

by Catherine Morris | March 13, 2017
To succeed over the long term, promise programs “should be sustainable,” said Dr. Martha Ka [...] Read more
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