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Sausage Making in 2020

The main ingredients in crafting current higher ed legislation include financial aid, minority-serving institutions, Higher Ed Act reauthorization, and Title IX.

Community College Leaders Prepare to Lobby on Capitol Hill

On Tuesday, day three of the Community College National Legislative Summit, Diane Auer Jones, the U.S. Department of Education’s principal deputy under secretary, highlighted the government’s upcoming priorities for community colleges.

How In-Prison Education Changed A Life

Phi Theta Kappa International President James Elliott found hope and a new life's mission through in-prison education. The Delaware Technical Community College Student is now working to bring awareness of Second Chance Pell Grants and in-prison education to all prisons in his home state.

Higher Education in the Spotlight

How to turn the lemons of bad news into refreshing advocacy lemonade.

Non-Traditional is The New Traditional: How College Presidents Can Drive Institutional Change

Community college leaders have the power to advocate for families and working adults and help them access upward mobility through education.

The Value of Student Advocacy

More than 20 students from Portland Community College travelled to Washington, D.C. to attend the 2019 National Legislative Summit.
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