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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 8, 2018

February 08, 2018

State lawmakers consider a plan to help homeless college students | 2 Edmonds Community College students top in state | Seattle Central College emphasizing equity, social justice | Igniting dreams at the SPSCC FIRE Summit | EOCF names Rekah Strong as new executive director >>

News Links | January 30, 2018

January 30, 2018

Walla Walla Community College students turn wine into gold | EdCC interim president joins national coalition for undocumented, immigrant students | Walla Walla Community College nursing students dedicate their lives to service | Auto program teaches skills, a sense of mastery | After 5 years, walk-bike bridge design for Northgate light-rail station still unfinished | 30-year legislator Dick King dies at 83 | Home helps Walla Walla sex offenders stay on straight and narrow | ‘This never happens’: International student’s unexpected ordeal ends with surprise twist | Sen. Braun's proposed bill will lower community college tuition | In our view: Cheers & jeers | Once hungry and homeless, Highline College Student now has hope | GHC student with history of addiction nominated in “Transforming Lives” Awards | Noah’s story shows why the region’s desperate fight against opioids is worth waging | Clark College’s retiring director of bands will go out on a high note | Listening in business starts at the top | Centralia College student receives ‘Transforming Lives’ award | Human services grad turned uncertainty into education | No excuses: Yelm Community Schools aim for 100% graduation rate and beyond | Edmonds benefits from passing of capital budget | Boeing recruits Spokane Community College >>

News Links | January 16, 2018

January 16, 2018

Work with kids and convicts earn Pasco woman MLK Spirit Award | Civic leaders honor MLK in Bellingham | Jeneé Bearden travels the globe but calls Grays Harbor home | Farrier program forges true grit at Walla Walla Community College | Making history by saving it: UW groups keep indigenous languages alive | Giving black youth Our Best | LCC expands graphic design program | Spotlight on EdCC: Scholarship recipient plans to help others | Sonics legend speaks about athletes, activism at EdCC event | WWCC to begin offering four-year degrees | City council honors 2018 Wenatchee Valley Civil Rights & Social Justice Award nominees | Big Bend ASB donates emergency support kits to New Hope | Centralia College undergoing technology infrastructure upgrade | SPSCC homestay program creates lasting memories for host and student | CBC sees rec center as a way to engage struggling students | WVC offers admission guarantee program for Tonasket, Omak and Bridgeport seniors >>

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