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Connecticut State Passes Systemwide Gen Ed Credit Transfer Policy

The Connecticut Board of Regents unanimously approved a new credit-transfer policy Wednesday, eliminating barriers that previously made it challenging to...
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Working (and Learning) Hard for the Money

Iris Palmer writes that restructuring work-based learning to expand paid opportunities could help community college students stay in school.

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A Hopeful First Year for New Texas Funding Model

Texas embraced a new, performance-based funding model for community colleges. A year later, campus leaders believe they are starting to see the rewards.

Who Owns the Letter ‘D’?

Drake University and Des Moines Area Community College are locked in a legal battle over the letter “D.” The community...
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Some Community Colleges See Level Funding Despite Lean State Budgets

In some states, community college systems have seen wins this budget season even when lawmakers were looking to cut costs.

Utah State University Worker Paid for 2 Years He Didn’t Work

A Utah State University Eastern staff member who didn’t show up for work for more than two years was still...
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Positive Partnership: Short Programs Meet Workforce Needs

Leaders at Clackamas Community College built three- to six-month programs to respond to local workforce needs and provide learners with stackable credits for future learning.

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No-Confidence Votes for College Leaders Who Hid Negative DEI Report

Greenfield Community College leaders prematurely ended a partnership with a DEI consulting firm that issued a highly critical report. Employees are outraged.