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Voters should renew levy for Kirkwood Community College

In addition to voting for school board candidates on Sept. 10, Johnson County, Iowa voters—along with those in six other counties—will be asked to extend a levy for 10 more years. The $0.06 per $1,000 of assessed value will fund Kirkwood Community College's equipment purchases.

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San Francisco CC targeted by "rogue" accreditation commission

Last Sunday, 150 students staged a sit-in at San Francisco's City Hall, demanding that the mayor defend City College of San Francisco. Twenty-six were arrested. The target of an unusually frank attack from the Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges, the much-loved, low-tuition community college may shut down in July 2014.

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Alabama's Lawson State named a top 5 community college

Lawson State Community College has been named one of the top community colleges in the nation in the 2013 Washington Monthly College Rankings. Lawson State ranked no. 5 in the publication's Best Community Colleges category.


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Budget cuts hit Randolph Community College

The president of Randolph Community College says he’s changing his tune when it comes to asking North Carolina legislators for money. Dr. Bob Shackleford believes it’s time for leaders to recognize community colleges as an investment the state needs to fund instead of just another group asking for money.

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Higher ed succession planning: Who will follow the leader?

Zero. Zip. Zilch. That’s what Don Cameron, president of Guilford Technical Community College, found after searching the internet back in 1996 for colleges with succession plans. Surprisingly, not much has changed, since such programs are still not common within higher ed institutions.

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Colleges and universities begin to assess the benefits of MOOCs

Officials at Cuyahoga Community College in Cleveland had a pedagogical objective in mind when they created a MOOC on pre-algebra, the lowest level of developmental math at the college.

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Feds cite faults with City College of San Francisco accreditation panel

The commission that decided to revoke City College of San Francisco's accreditation next year did not adhere to several federal regulations when it investigated the school system, the Department of Education said in a letter.

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Latino and low-income students underrepresented at top colleges

Georgetown University report reveals Latino students are underrepresented at America’s 465 select four-year colleges, while they are overrepresented at open-access, two-year colleges. This is also true for low-income students in general.

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Raises planned as part of Lone Star College budget

The Lone Star College System trustees accepted a 2013-14 budget that includes a 4 percent raise for all full-time employees, as well as an increase in the pay schedule for adjunct instructors, and the addition of 17 instructors at two area campuses.

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Pima Community College Northwest campus growing

Expansion will include more classrooms, labs, faculty offices along with hotel restaurant management area.

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