So, You Want to Be a College President? with Dr. Lisa Skari, President, Mt. Hood Community College.
Community colleges receive only 18 percent of Federal Work-Study funds from the $1 billion appropriated to the program. Read the full PDF.
Innovative learning and teaching: In this episode of AACC’s Community College Voice podcast, Sha-shonda Porter and Laqueta Wright of Richland College (Texas) discuss using classroom research to spur innovation.
May 24, 2019 | Issue # 138 Last week, AACC hosted a convening of the Modernize Candidate Recruitment and Training Practices Working Group on May 16. The working group is part of the American Workforce Policy Advisory Board (AWPAB), which was created to advise the White House’s National Council for the American Worker. Meeting attendees […]
In early May, the House Appropriations Committee approved the FY 2020 Labor-HHS-Education (LHHS) funding bill, which would create a new, $150 million community college job training program and increase funding for a host of higher education and workforce training programs. Overall, the bill provides $189.8 billion, an $11.7 billion increase (6.2%) over FY 2019. This […]
Nearly half of Asian students who started at public two-year institutions in 2012 completed college within six years. Read the full PDF.
This is the fifth in a series of American Association of Community Colleges analyses of trends in community college enrollments and exploration of completion rates. The latter feature graduation rates and outcome measures published by the U.S. Department of Education and the National Student Clearinghouse’s completion rates. Download the report. [PDF]
May 10, 2019 | Issue # 137 It’s commencement season—one of my favorite times of the year. When the pomp and circumstance fades, think about stepping away from your desk and away from your campus for a few days to regroup with your peers. The 2019 Presidents Academy Summer Institute provides an opportunity to focus […]
In this episode, recorded live at #AACC99 in Orlando, we talk with Dr. Frankie Harriss about using data effectively for program review. Dr. Frankie Harriss is the Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs at Kauai Community College.
“Since its establishment in 1928, Copiah-Lincoln Community College has been committed to providing quality education and support services to the students and communities we serve in our seven county district. In serving an economically challenged rural population, affordability and access are vital for the success of our students. Copiah-Lincoln Community College offers a range […]