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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 | October 22, 2020

October 22, 2020

SPSCC introduces noncredit classes focusing on racial equity | New TCC bachelor of applied science program open for applicants interested in career in IT | Joe Bowman joins Highline College Board of Trustees | Opinion: Washington must keep its promise of public education | WVC enrollment drops nearly 8% for fall quarter | Big Bend Community College offers first bachelor's degree | Commentary: Edmonds College is building for the future | Local leaders sound the alarm over the surge in COVID cases >>

News Links | September 15, 2020

September 15, 2020

Report analyzes impact of Guided Pathways practices at community colleges | Wenatchee Valley College offering resources for students affected by wildfires | Comment: For success, more students need education, training | Centralia College employee tests positive for COVID-19; Four total cases at college | State colleges grapple with fewer international student enrollments | Whatcom Community College builds its first housing | Three positive COVID-19 cases at Columbia Basin College dorm | Skagit/Islands Head Start, San Juan Island Community Foundation, and Skagit Valley College Foundation partner to expand Head Start access in Friday Harbor | State of the community: Education | EvCC group’s Empowerment Lunch connects community virtually >>

News Links | June 30, 2020

June 30, 2020

Grays Harbor College announces top grads | SPSCC announces Chief Diversity Officer | Gov. Inslee coming to Tri-Cities on Tuesday to discuss COVID-19 response | Going to college in a pandemic | Former GHC president to return to role on interim basis | Peninsula College announces 2020-21 Student Council | State residents invited to complete Washington State Food Security survey | She found her home and her calling | Tomlinson, art history professor at Clark College | WVC announces annual staff, faculty and student award winners | South Seattle College celebrates the unstoppable class of 2020 | Taiwan provides a blueprint for dealing with a pandemic | Peninsula College has a plan and they're sticking to it | WCC students may qualify for tuition-free education next quarter >>

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