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Community Colleges Are Critical to Climate Action

Community colleges are an underutilized resource in meeting climate goals, Cameron Sublett and Jeff Clary write.

Board Restores Suspended Funding to Community College

The Louisa County Board of Supervisors voted to restore funding to Piedmont Virginia Community College on Monday, just a week...
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Virginia County Defunds Community College Over SJP Film Screening

After Students for Justice in Palestine showed a movie on campus at Piedmont Virginia Community College, a local county suspended funding for the college.

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Scaling Up: Texas Expands Transfer Degree Pathway Options

To improve transfer in the state, higher education leaders in Texas are working on curricular pathway plans for eight degree programs, helping students earn a degree faster, with less debt.

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Survey Finds Community College Students Need Better Career Preparation

The survey found many community college students lack information about how in-demand their fields are, what skills those jobs require and how much they’d earn.

New York Will Require Students to Complete FAFSA or Opt Out

New York State will require public school districts to certify that every high school senior completes the Free Application for...

Lakeland Community College on ‘the Precipice of Fiscal Watch’

Lakeland Community College in Ohio is struggling with steep enrollment losses, underutilized campus spaces and on “the precipice of fiscal...
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Report: Texas Community College Students Struggling to Make Ends Meet

A new survey from Trellis Strategies finds a majority of two-year students in Texas have run out of money during 2023, but one-third of students have not spoken with their college about their issues.