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Congress' New Take on Earmarks: How Community Colleges Can Benefit

Congress has resumed locally-focused funding projects, named Community Project Funding in the House or Congressionally Directed Spending in the Senate. Here's how community colleges can participate.

These Community Colleges are Working to Bring Adults Back to Campus

The Center on Education & Labor at New America has partnered with six community colleges to help re-enroll adult students who have stopped out of college since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic

Fostering an Entrepreneurial Mindset

Programs and new ways of thinking will help community college leaders and students better navigate post-pandemic challenges.

Congressional Recess Public Policy Update

An overview of Congressional action leading up to the August break & what to expect once they return.

The Value of Short-Term Community College Credentials

New ACCT Paper Assesses Value of Community College Short-Term Credentials, Recommends Policy Changes to Reflect True Student Needs

Financial Aid Help for Students — And Community Colleges, Too

In its first year, SwiftStudent helped simplify financial aid appeals for more than 70,000 students.
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