New projects at Eastern Washington colleges would be funded in proposed state budgets | A new state park, affordable housing, and more for Olympia area in state’s capital budget | Get to know: James Rangel | YVC's soccer players' heroic actions during house fire | Seattle’s tuition-free community college program sees record application numbers despite pandemic | Brian Mittge commentary: ‘These are tough times’: Parenting help available | Nation’s 1st advanced nuclear reactor could operate near Tri-Cities under new agreement >>
Opinion: Invest in Seattle Colleges for a path to higher education equity | Community Colleges of Spokane to host virtual commencement ceremonies | Program helping homeless students on Washington college campuses seeks to expand during pandemic | U.S. needs coordinated, multi-lateral approach to China: Locke >>
Commentary: Accelerating degree success for adult learners in uncertain times | Washington’s GED completions are down by half. The test changed amid COVID-19, but did it go far enough? | Peninsula College to host National Poet Laureate Harjo in virtual meeting | Pierce County Connected awards Tacoma Community College Early Learning Center $25,000 grant | Area Briefly: Minimum wage increases; more public access for waterfowl hunting; Sno-Park use soars | Opinion: Christine Johnson: COVID-19 defined our year. We won’t let it define our decade. | A student of Advanced Manufacturing and Mechatronics program at Shoreline Community College >>
WCC Running Start expert answers FAQs about earning college credit while still in high school | Seattle’s tuition-free community college program comes to the rescue during the pandemic | SCC’s Old Main building made sustainable through its reinvention | SPSCC’s virtual show of one-act plays tackles timely issues through social satire | Whatcom’s COVID case count decreased by 2 Wednesday, as WWU suspends in-person classes >>
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