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Virginia college students and recent graduates had high hopes that state lawmakers would pass bills to help students refinance loans or increase oversight of lenders.
A Kentucky plan would overhaul the funding strucuture for public higher education institutions starting next year.
Forty-seven percent of surveyed community college students say they could possibly drop out because they don’t have the financial resources to cover tuition and living expenses.
The Doug and Maria DeVos Foundation has awarded a $60,000 grant to a Michigan college program that helps local high school students with math and college and career preparation.
Community colleges have unique roles as places of dialogue and healing in a divided America.
The Ohio governor contends that teachers gaining on-site work experience with businesses or local chambers of commerce would help better serve students for more 21st-century careers.
MentorLinks is helping community colleges take steps to diversify programs that traditionally do not include many women or minorities.
Community colleges — already on the ground and fit for purpose — may be the best quick-response tool for ensuring that those in need of a job can find one.
A teaching partnership between a New Jersey community college and Princeton University is providing a handful of doctoral students an introduction to the community college field.
Mississippi lawmakers hear from community college students and leaders about the successes of its version of I-BEST.
Community colleges saw a slight bump in total revenues in fiscal year 2015, while public four-year institutions experienced a decrease, according to a new federal report.
South Carolina Senate Democrats want to make technical college free for residents who graduate from high school.
A nonprofit group plans to start a college in West Virginia for students who are transitioning out of foster care, giving at-risk young adults a chance to earn two-year degrees at no cost to them.
U.S. Education Secretary Betsy DeVos praised community colleges for their flexibility, innovation and the myriad roles they play in their communities, especially in workforce and economic development.
If confirmed by the Senate, law school dean R. Alexander Acosta would become the first Hispanic member of the Trump Cabinet.
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