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Career and Technical Education

Apprenticeships continue to grow in N.C.

Since the state’s General Assembly transferred ApprenticeshipNC to the community college system two years ago, the number of people served by the program has jumped by 44 percent.

Q & A with Scott Stump

Scott Stump is the assisant secretary for career, technical, and adult education at the U.S. Department of Education.

The Rural Male in Higher Education

A new issue brief from ACCT examines how community college can improve educational and economic outcomes for rural men.

New Report Details Opportunities for Community Colleges to Expand Apprenticeships

Community colleges are leaders in offering work-based learning opportunities. Colleges can serve more students by expanding apprenticeship programs to emerging industries and focusing on diversity

Maricopa Community Colleges Lead in Concurrent Enrollment and Healthcare Education Programs

The college district aims to offer students with a variety of program options and hands-on training using the latest technologies in growing industries such as health care.

South Carolina Apprenticeships Prepare Students for the Future of Work

South Carolina Technical Colleges partner with local employers in the automotive and other growing industries to meet local economic needs and connect students to careers.
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