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News Links | September 25, 2018

September 25, 2018

Robert Terry, first black man to teach in Seattle public schools, dies at 91 | Evergreen boosts Thurston County’s economy, even as its enrollment declines | Krist Novoselic returns to Aberdeen with Giants in the Trees to play at Bishop Center | Want to end homelessness? Start with getting people into recovery | Touching minds and hearts: Sound to Harbor Early Learning Programs | WVC gets new interim instructional VP | Spokane chef Becky Wortman creates edible sculptures from an unusual ingredient: buttercream | Carol Hannum: Worlds Apart. A retrospective exhibition at South Puget Sound Community College | Rosie Rimando, South Seattle College’s new president, says diversity comes first | A higher degree | Will Whatcom Community College’s new dorm help ease Bellingham’s housing shortage? | Gov. Inslee appoints County Assessor Steven J. Drew to SPSCC Board of Trustees | Seattle-area women of color share how they navigate the workplace | Spokane poet Laura Read embraces vulnerability in her new collection, Dresses from the Old Country | Artfully Edmonds: Debra Rich Gettleman launches ‘Page to Stage’ for aspiring playwrights, plus events galore >>

News Links | July 5, 2018

July 05, 2018

Dart Foundation funds $45,000 3-D measuring instrument at Bates Technical College | One job-training program for young adults makes a significant difference, study shows | Green River students build fan app for Seattle Thunderbirds | Executive Q&A: Sheila Edwards Lange on how the path to sharing Seattle's prosperity is through education >>

News Links | July 3, 2018

July 03, 2018

Grant will help Skagit Valley College continue to work on diversity | Science is hard but always exciting for this WSU-bound teen | Two Seattle tech-training programs — why did one succeed, one fail? | Front & Center: Childhood development interest started early for Spokane Head Start director | Protest held on immigration policy | CBC wants a culinary school in Kennewick. An internal report is giving it pause | Paddling for gold: Seattle’s Devon Adelman goes from White House to Special Olympics ambassador | Glimpsing the future of American manufacturing | Moses Lake School District, Big Bend team up for new Open Doors program | TheLab@Everett: Incubator space for inventors, entrepreneurs | Kent’s Kachmarik among award winners at Highline College | Mountlake Terrace flag once flew at Iwo Jima and Okinawa >>

News Links | June 26, 2018

June 26, 2018

Three Skagit Valley College programs converge in lab partnership | ‘We’ll be safe’: How one family found a home with help from Seattle’s Popsicle Place | SVC award winner on path to becoming a teacher | Clark College partners with car dealership to train technicians | Grays Harbor College for the first time ever delivers four-year degrees at Friday graduation ceremony | Bellevue College hosts dual-ceremony commencement | Transition Studies at SPSCC recognized as a national leader | Everett Community College honors Distinguished Alumni | Battle Ground teen honored for providing first aid to woman | ‘Attachment’ called key to children’s wellbeing | At WWCC Culinary School, hearts are in the kitchen | CPTC celebrates graduates at 22nd commencement | When school goes off-campus | Academy teaches students about policing | Ham-radio operators invite you to ‘get on the air’ as Field Day 2018 continues into the night | W.F. West offers STEM programs to high school students in Southwest Washington | Two inmates are first incarcerated students to receive Edmonds CC scholarships | Wine's higher education | LCC Board of Trustees pass $24.3 million budget for 2018-19 year | Outstanding grads | Clark College’s Running Start program has record 476 graduates | Tuneup could keep WWCC auto tech program running | Homeless woman set to graduate from Clark College | Principals in Washington can’t hire enough special-education teachers. Here’s one reason why. | Moving beyond college completion | Classical guitarist Naeim Rahmani forges cultural ties between Iran and America >>

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