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News Links | February 18, 2021

February 18, 2021

Rethinking writing assessments to foster equity | WA budget cuts threaten Tri-Cities college students most affected by COVID pandemic | Opinion: Supporting students is key to an equitable economic recovery | Why are local high school grads struggling in college? Listen and they’ll tell you | Editorial: COVID has derailed too many dreams. Lawmakers must not derail our economic future | Opinion: Christine Johnson: Competition, other factors drive innovation in education | South Seattle College’s Yilin Sun gets State Dept. award | SFCC theater production finds unlikely success despite COVID challenges | Sexy werewolves and social media saviors: Spokane author Åsa Maria Bradley preps the release of her latest paranormal romance >>

News Links | January 5, 2021

January 05, 2021

Big Bend CC trustee announces resignation | Vocalists still singing online despite it all | Virtual flyover of new CBC student recreation center | Skagit Valley College receives more than $185,000 in CARES Act funding | Grays Harbor College awarded nearly $200,000 in federal COVID relief money | Community, technical colleges receive grants to restore workforce programs | Edmonds College student wins Optimal Community College Scholarship | Commentary: Chad Hickox: A beacon of hope for WWCC, our students and communities | 2020, The Pandemic Year: School closures, online learning and privacy questions | Nearly $5 Million In CARES Act Funding To Colleges; GHC Included | State Board awards Centralia College $50,000 in CARES Act funds >>

News Links | November 12, 2020

November 12, 2020

LCC's new teacher degree using COVID-19 to turn out prepared graduates | Peninsula College offering accelerated one-year AA degree | Labor unions, colleges promote apprenticeships this week | Speculation over Biden's education secretary | Kitsap needs more COVID-19 testing. Nursing students at Olympic College are joining the effort | Edmonds College awards $1.4 million in CARES Act funding to students | Edmonds College extending remote operations through at least March 19 >>

News Links | November 5, 2020

November 05, 2020

Opinion: President Kimberlee Messina: SFCC is committed to helping our community meet cyber workforce needs | Pathways are worth the cost | Former U.S. Ambassador to China compares Trump and Biden on foreign relations and virus response | Clarkston branch of WWCC brings back some in-person services | CBC allied health students succeeding despite pandemic | Cooprider shares life philosophy, make each day better | Olympic College sees fewer students this fall with classes mostly online | Bellevue College opens early learning center | McFadden leaves economic development director post in Adams County, search for replacement begins >>

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