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California: Student aid lags costs

Grants and scholarships haven’t kept pace with rising living costs for low-income students at California community colleges and the second-tier California State University system, according to the Public Policy Institute of California (PPIC). Students who receive grants and scholarships are Read More …

Tech credentials pay for low-income students

Job training has moved from employers to colleges — especially community colleges — writes New America Foundation’s Mary Alice McCarthy. The “skills gap” is a policy gap, she concludes. The Higher Education Act (HEA) needs to be reframed to “support Read More …

K-12 teachers learn about manufacturing jobs

North Carolina teachers tried welding at Manfacturing Day North Carolina teachers toured manufacturing plants and learned that advanced manufacturing jobs require high-tech skills and pay as well or better than many jobs that require a bachelor’s degree. Jobs also require Read More …

Broward limits loans to cut defaults

Broward students attend a debt management workshop. John O’Connor/WLRN “Neither a borrower nor a lender be,” Polonius advised Hamlet. At Florida’s Broward College, financial aid officer Kent Dunston tells would-be borrowers not to borrow more than they need. The two-hour Read More …

College rejects Nigerians due to Ebola

A Texas community college rejected two Nigerian applicants because of Ebola fears, reports CNBC. Navarro College is 60 miles from Dallas, where a Liberian man died of Ebola and two nurses treating him were infected. Kamorudeen Abidogun, a Texas man Read More …

What to do about dropouts

Lauren Bizzaro owes $40,000 for three years of college. (Caleb Kenna for The Wall Street Journal) College dropouts are the “untouchables” of higher education, writes Richard Vedder, director of the Center for College Affordability and Productivity, in Forbes. Looking at Read More …

Completion Arch tracks progress data

The Completion Arch, a web-based tool provides access to national and state data on the progress and success of community college students. That includes transfer rates, remedial placement and the average time to earn a credential. Six-year completion rates provide Read More …

Beyond the skills gap

Job training has moved from employers to colleges — especially community colleges — writes New America Foundation’s Mary Alice McCarthy. The “skills gap” is a policy gap, she concludes. The Higher Education Act (HEA) needs to be reframed to “support Read More …