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Fostering a culture of success often requires an overhaul

February 23, 2014

Ensuring a community college is serving its students well while meeting the demands of an exponentially changing landscape requires leadership able to articulate a strong vision and implement organizational redesign.

At White House summit, a time to share ideas and commit

January 16, 2014

Since 2010, Kenneth Ender has had the mantra “10,604.” That’s the number of additional students that Harper College (Illinois), where Ender serves as president, needs to graduate by 2020 for Harper to do its part in boosting the nation’s college

Comprehensive on Completion

January 6, 2014

Maryland's public colleges are six months into complying with one of the nation’s most ambitious college completion bills. The state-mandated push puts Maryland in a class with Tennessee, Indiana and Georgia.

Faculty Protest Reforms They Say ‘Dumb Down’ Higher Ed

January 5, 2014

Under pressure to turn out more students, more quickly and for less money, and to tie graduates’ skills to workforce needs, higher education institutions and policy makers have been busy reducing the number of required credits, giving credit for l

Why marketing the completion agenda matters

December 18, 2013

When it comes to architectural features, community colleges may not be known for Corinthian pillars or historic bell towers—but we are quite known for our open doors.