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Multiple Measures, Better Outcomes

A study of tens of thousands of community college students over four and a half years shows placing students in college-level courses using multiple measures boosts academic outcomes.

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Boom Time for Maine’s Community Colleges

Enrollment in the state's two-year system hit an all-time high this fall, despite national declines and the state’s aging population. What’s their secret?

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A New Transfer Pathway From Prison to the CSU

Officials at the college in San Quentin State Prison are working with the California State University system on a guaranteed transfer pathway for incarcerated students once they’re released.

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Untraditional Programs for Nontraditional Students

Eight California community colleges are developing programs to help adult learners earn degrees faster and more efficiently.

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Universities of Wisconsin to Close a Branch Campus and Move 2 Online

This is the latest shift as the state system faces ongoing enrollment declines at most of its 13 community colleges.

In-State Tuition for Mexicans at California Community Colleges

Governor Gavin Newsom signed a bill into law Friday that will allow low-income Mexicans living near the border to enroll...
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Hopeful and Troubling Trends in Noncredit Ed

Rutgers University research center reports take a hard look at noncredit programs at community colleges.

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N.J. Ruling Backs Fired Community College Professors

State hearing officer says County College of Morris retaliated against five faculty members for their union activity and recommends they get their jobs back.