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The SAT Gets an Update for a Digital World
College Board looks to make sure the SAT is more accessible and less stressful as more colleges adopt test-optional policies.
Can — and Should — Chatbots Help Students Navigate Mental Health Crises?
As higher education tackles a worsening student mental health crisis, many are turning to technology.
Community Colleges Utilize Technology to Improve Student Success
Report Finds Enrollment Gaps at Community Colleges and Among Black Students
In the wake of COVID-19, community colleges and for-profit institutions as well as Black and male students were the highest impacted by continued online learning during the 2020 summer enrollment. That’s the findings of The National Student Clearinghouse Research Center who recently launched a new research series to analyze the effects of COVID-19 on higher […]
Nashville State Community College Provides Laptops for Students
Nashville State Community College provided laptops, hotspots and calculators to students who need technology for the fall semester. All classes will be virtual the first week that started Aug. 24. Nashville State has four options for students to take classes during the semester– virtual, hybrid, online and on campus face-to-face. All options include the use […]
Community Colleges Start Academic Year With Mostly Virtual Classes
As a nursing student, Jessica Shi is used to wearing gloves and masks while doing lab work at Harper College in Palatine. But the college’s coronavirus pandemic precautions are much more stringent for all students and will require some adjustment for the limited numbers of people allowed on campus this fall for in-person classes. Read […]
Wayne County Community College Moves All Fall 2020 Courses to Virtual Instruction
DETROIT – Wayne County Community College District (WCCCD) leaders have decided to move all Fall 2020 semester courses to “alternative virtual modalities.” The college said there will be “a very small number” of exceptions for health science and career education courses that require hands-on learning experiences. Read More
Maine’s Community Colleges Will Keep 70% of Instruction Online This Fall
Maine’s community colleges will reopen campuses for limited hands-on instruction this fall and allow students back into dorms. The Maine Community College System’s announcement on Thursday follows the release of many other Maine colleges and universities’ plans to resume in-person instruction to a limited degree. Read More
California’s Online-Only Community College Is Flunking Out With Legislators
SACRAMENTO — When California set aside $100 million to launch its first fully online community college, supporters led by then-Gov. Jerry Brown said the school would prepare adults stuck in dead-end careers for the modern workforce. After two years of halting progress, state lawmakers facing a budget disaster and mounting complaints from faculty unions are […]
Online Infrastructure Investment Vital for Community College Students
Mckenzie Petersen found herself in a bind a couple of weeks ago. With in-person instruction suspended at California community colleges because of COVID-19, the biology major at College of San Mateo lost access to critical, hands-on laboratory experience necessary to transfer to a California State University campus this fall. Providing laboratory experience is just one […]
Community Colleges Carry Over Remote Learning Into Summer Programs
Community colleges and universities in the south suburbs, which have been teaching students remotely since the statewide shutdown of public and private schools, will continue online-only courses during the summer semester. Joliet Junior College, Moraine Valley Community College in Palos Hills, Prairie State College in Chicago Heights, South Suburban College in South Holland and Governors […]
California Community College Governors Approve Emergency Powers For System Chancellor
The California Community College Board of Governors unanimously voted on Monday to give Chancellor Eloy Oakley emergency powers to keep classes open at the 115-college system during the coronavirus epidemic. The resolution’s supporting comments said last week’s decision by community colleges to move classes online generated questions “concerning the appropriate process for approving such transitions.” […]
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