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CCCSE Report: Sweeping Change Imperative To Close Achievement Gaps

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Community College Leaders Skeptical of College Ratings

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NACCE: Learning by Doing In the Spotlight

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NACCE: Navigating New Educational Terrain

By Paul Bradley, Editor, Community College Week Community colleges need to be more creative, more entrepreneurial than ever before. Today’s quickly changing higher educational landscape demands it.             That was the message given loud and clear this morning to about … Continue reading

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NACCE: Navigating Changing Education Terrain

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It’s a Tie: Walla Walla, Santa Barbara Share Aspen Prize

By Paul Bradley Editor, CCWeek WASHINGTON — Two West Coast community colleges with different missions but common goals share the second Aspen Prize for Community College Excellence, the nation’s signature recognition of achievement and performance among the country’s  community colleges. … Continue reading

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It’s All About Pell

WASHINGTON — Community college leaders will be trooping to Capitol Hill on Wednesday to chat with their elected representatives about the state of their institutions.             And during the National Community College Legislative Summit, college trustees and presidents were given … Continue reading

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10 States Debating Guns on Campus

Here’s a link to an interesting info-graphic on guns on campus: http://collegestats.org/articles/2012/06/10-states-debating-guns-on-campus/

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15 Colleges Earn $100,000 Grant from Walmart Foundation

             Fifteen community colleges will each receive a $100,000 grant from the Walmart Foundation to bolster faculty and staff engagement in student success efforts being promoted by the Achieving the Dream reform effort..             Each college already has been designated … Continue reading

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League Steps Into NISOD Void

By Paul Bradley The League for Innovation in the Community College is aggressively stepping into the void created by the uncertainty now surrounding the National Institute for Staff and Organizational Development (NISOD). The League, which since 1968 has promoted institutional … Continue reading

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