The Jack Kent Cooke Foundation announced its 2013 Undergraduate Transfer Scholarships to 73 of the nation’s best community college students who seek to complete their bachelor’s degrees at selective four-year colleges and universities.
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Hellyer one of 21 college presidents to receive Shirley B. Gordon Award of ...Your Houston News
27 Apr 2013
Kevin A. Pollock: SC4 ability in demandPort Huron Times Herald
26 Apr 2013
Albany Tech student wins state GOAL awardThe Albany Herald
26 Apr 2013
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26 Apr 2013
SAN FRANCISCO—If the nation's community colleges are to reach the goal of doubling the number of students who earn a credential or transfer by 2020, it will require campus leaders who can rally faculty, staff and other stakeholders to focus and work together.
23 Apr 2013
SAN FRANCISCO—The American Association of Community Colleges on Tuesday awarded its inaugural Awards of Excellence in five categories that are seen as critical to the success of the nation’s two-year colleges. This year’s honorees are:
22 Apr 2013
As the community-college sector faces declining state funds, heightened expectations for student success, and deep public scrutiny, many of its approximately 1,200 institutions will also go through changes in leadership. About 500 presidents are expected to retire in the next five years, according to an analysis by the American Association of Community Colleges, which is holding its annual meeting here this week. And nearly 200 colleges have new presidents at the helm since the group's meeting last year.
21 Apr 2013
For Community Colleges, a National Spotlight Is a Mixed BlessingChronicle of Higher Education (subscription)
15 Apr 2013
Kresge’s Education Program has contributed about $7 million to the national program since 2007You may say she's a dreamer, and Cassie Singleton says 'yes' and thanks. Nearing 30, Singleton was a single mother without a high school diploma and real concerns about her future employment prospects. The Detroit area resident knew college was the way to go but feared she couldn’t find her footing so long after leaving high school.
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