VP of Instruction Mabel Edmonds retires from CPTC | Family Center remains at full capacity, keeps helping during pandemic | Rosa Rajadel reads "Bridge" by Arthur Sze | Expect hybrid classes at colleges and universities this fall | Colfax grad earns diploma, associate degree | Congratulations to SPSCC class of 2020 | Graduation and college rates trend up at Walla Walla Public Schools | Leadership transitions during a crisis | GHC planning for mix of online, in-person classes in fall quarter | Columbia Basin College hosts Second Harvest food distribution | Two SCC students nominated to All-Washington Academic Team | Opinion: Higher education leaders work together to create a more equitable community | Stacking the deck: Community and technical colleges create unique pathway to help child care providers meet new educational requirements >>
Pierce College a finalist for national Aspen Prize | Higher education leaders plots course for fall | Derek Sheffield reads "Letter to a burning world" by Kevin Goodan | Peninsula College to host visual arts festival | COVID-19 puts LCC, students in tough financial straits | SCC graduate Douglas Carney found a path to rebuild his life | Longtime politician Gary Locke faces unprecedented challenges as new leader at Bellevue College | Commentary: New WWCC president looks to the future | SFCC grad Kevin Robinson pursues degree after travel experience changes him | Some community college students ineligible for federal COVID-19 relief | As protests spread across the country, mobile video creates mosaic of violence and tool for change | Centralia College East to offer COVID-19 monologue class | Peninsula College cuts positions | Karl Smith named VP of Student Affairs at TCC | Alexis Madrigal shared his thoughts and experiences during Clark College Foundation webinar | SCC building is being expanded, renovated >>
Some face-to-face classes for workforce training to resume at community colleges following coronavirus closures | Washington State Patrol reports 21 troopers trained to draw blood to help reduce DUIs | Pierce College adapts to 'new normal,' helps students reach goals in spite of challenging circumstances | VIDEO: Community Preschools’ message for families | Schools struggle to keep out-of-class students connected during COVID-19 crisis | Centralia College trustee Jim Lowery named Washington Trustee of the Year | 'Somehow we make it work': How Washington's community college students are navigating the pandemic | Former Gov. Gary Locke named interim president of Bellevue College | Kitsap's graduations will look different this year. Here's how | Rebuilding America: How pandemic will change the way we learn >>
Edmonds College prototypes, manufactures face shields to meet COVID-19 needs of health care workers | Commentary: Columbia Basin College: Soaring to new heights | Seattle Colleges form emergency fund for struggling students | Wenatchee Valley College to receive $2.4 million in coronavirus relief aid, students to get $1.2 million | Clark College: Summer, fall quarters will be online | Tacoma entrepreneurs win $2,000 in pitch competition | Columbia Basin College to continue online classes through fall quarter | Community Colleges adapt to online curricula | Green River College offers free webinar for local businesses | Unprecedented numbers of college students seek help to pay rent, buy food during pandemic | Commentary: The true meaning of community: Guest editorial | Wednesday’s WVC Earth Day also marks ‘Dear America’ release | Opinion: Learning to operate ventilators while worrying about rent | Spring quarter at Clark College boots up in online-only mode | Big Bend Community College trustees approve next president’s contract >>
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