Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society has for the past three years spent over $2 million to design an interactive web-based platform called CollegeFish.org to help all community college students understand the value and process of completing a degree, and
The community colleges in San Diego and Imperial Counties are a great resource, providing low-cost and high-quality access to higher education and training opportunities to well over 100,000 students every term.
A debate over priorities at California’s community colleges is heating up, as the system considers putting more emphasis on first-time students who are working toward a credential or transferring to a four-year institution.
A national organization focused on promoting entrepreneurship through community colleges has launched a national campaign to encourage more two-year college leaders to focus on such efforts to create local jobs and bolster economies.
After more than a year of study, a federal committee is urging the Education Department to change how it tracks and evaluates graduation rates and other measures of success for students at community colleges.