Being an art student is particularly expensive, given supply costs in addition to textbooks and course materials. But faculty at a Kentucky college have pooled ideas to help their aspiring artists.
The missions of two-year colleges call upon us to build long-term strategic partnerships with the private and public sectors to best meet the educational needs of our entire communities.
The Universal Displaced Worker program is an innovative reform effort that would consolidate, modernize and accelerate the delivery of training and employment services to workers who lose their jobs.
The federal tax code should facilitate the ability of students and families to avail themselves of the broad array of choices in higher education, but priority should be given to low-income students.
Numbers—good, bad and ugly—can be a powerful way to increase support for a college.
Community colleges are increasingly seeking and receiving generous gifts from influential philanthropists, many of which have helped fill a void left by dwindling state and federal resources.