Less than a year after Alamo Colleges professors objected to their chancellor's plan to require a course in part on the '7 Habits,' they cite new concerns about shared governance, including a move to abolish program-based associate degrees.
Students fare better by skipping remediation and instead taking statistics with an additional workshop, new CUNY study finds, fueling state remedial reforms.
Moving along the community college to four-year university pipeline is the most likely to lead to successful credit transfers in higher education, a new federal study finds.
Louisiana's two-year colleges get the backing of business -- and more state funding -- thanks to workforce focus and program cuts.
Obama administration continues efforts to streamline programs, many of which involve community colleges. But efforts to promote reporting of job results worry some educators.
Declining enrollment in the post-recession period leaves community colleges with little room for error. A Virginia college found out the hard way.
States have chaotic lack of consistency in how they track college remediation, according to the Education Commission of the States, which seeks national standards.
As colleges turn to vendors for help on retention services, one company offers a way to give positive feedback to students.
Karen Head recalls how she has been consistently advised in advancing through her academic career to leave her associate degree off her C.V. She ignores the advice.
After a mandatory assembly featured an unexpected presentation from The Vagina Monologues, seven faculty and staff members at a college filed complaints.
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