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News Links | March 13, 2018

March 13, 2018

When accessibility doesn't make it into the EDUCAUSE top 10: Turn it up to 11 | Spotlight on EdCC: Education in prison | International students are keeping community colleges afloat | NCW students participate in National School Walkout | Four-year early childhood degree to be offered in Kitsap | Clark College Foundation CEO wins national award | Under the hood of Walla Walla Community College's automotive program | Annual women's festival packs more punch amid #MeToo, other campaign | Clark College Orchestra makes a Russian connection | There’s still decent work to be found locally even without a four-year degree | Washington school districts scramble to understand what lawmakers did to their finances | A strong economy means community college enrollment drops | Higher ed, housing and medical push Spokane to near-record permit levels | Aviation maintenance students showcase skills with first-place performance | Bellevue College instructor’s artwork honors transgender lives lost to violence | Free community college for Seattle graduates one step closer to reality | WVC study: Drivers aren't navigating roundabouts properly in NCW | 3 Bellevue College students named to All-Washington Academic Team | Two Yakima Valley College students recognized for their excellence | Students protest gun violence with walk-out at Grays Harbor College >>

News Links | February 27, 2018

February 27, 2018

LCC team takes home top honors | Japanese college students visit LCC for fourth straight year | International enrollment falls at Clark College | Proposals in Olympia would erase gap in aid for state’s low-income college students | Opinion: Education advocates work to increase teacher diversity in Edmonds | Capital budget includes $74 million for projects in 19th district | Inslee names Leigh to Bellevue College board | Peninsula’s Got Talent winners announced | Clark College flashes back to the contentious ’60s with ‘Hair’ revival | Meet Christie Sutton, Europa's beloved pastry chef for nearly two decades | How we learned to stop worrying and love the side hustle >>

News Links | February 20, 2018

February 20, 2018

Brunell: Military leaders prove they can transform education | Clark College hopes to fill counseling void with new degree | Pierce College alum and Washington Teacher of the Year makes a difference in and out of the classroom | After 911 calls and a lockdown at Highline College, police find ‘zero evidence’ of a shooting | Honor society inducts new members at Big Bend CC | Walla Walla Community College: Unlocking college for poor students | The secret to a family’s business success? They’ve been cutting hair at the same location for 50 years. | Seattle job futures looking brighter for low-wage workers >>

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