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Community College Graduates and the COVID-19 Pandemic

Community college graduates earn more, have more stable jobs, work in sectors and firms less susceptible to disruptions from COVID-19, and, notably, are able to mitigate the direct effects of the virus.

Community Colleges Can Realize the Potential of Distance Education

Community colleges have long embraced distance learning to increase access to their programs. Now is the time to fully invest in students’ success online.

What community colleges can teach higher ed about supporting students during and beyond the pandemic (opinion)

Xueli Wang shares research that can inform all higher education institutions on critical ways to support students in the coming semesters and beyond.

The Hawai’i Community College System’s Response to COVID-19

A scholarship program in Hawai'i seeks to help adults begin the process of recareering during the COVID-19 pandemic.

A More Unified Community College: Aligning Non-Credit and Credit Programs

Now is the time to create a more unified community college that aligns industry-focused non-credit programs to credit programs that lead to degrees.

Stand Up, Wake Up, Rise Up

Reflections on an Illinois rally in protest of the death of George Floyd.
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