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SYSTEM NEWS | OPINIONS
BTC receives federal grant to redesign adult basic education program
The Bellingham Herald, November 19, 2009
Catapult contest at Wenatchee Valley College
Wenatchee Valley College physics students will be hurling tennis balls from their ancient artillery Friday during the school's almost-annual catapult-building contest.
The Seattle Times, November 18, 2009
UWO collaborative project increases math skills in geology
At UW Oshkosh, associate geology professor Jennifer Wenner directs “The Math You Need, When You Need It” (TMYN) expansion project, funded by a $218,000 collaborative research grant from the National Science Foundation. Wenner works with researchers at Highline Community College near Seattle who were awarded more than $280,000 to fund their portion of the project.
UW Oskosh Today, November 17, 2009
State's projected budget zooms to $2.6 billion
The Seattle Times, November 19, 2009
State budget's $2 billion hole will require deep cuts
The Everett Herald, November 19, 2009
Editorial: State budget crisis calls for cooperation in Olympia
Tri-City Herald, November 19, 2009
Editorial: No Tax Increases: State budget woes would diminish if so much spending was not ‘protected'
The Vancouver Columbian, November 19, 2009
TRENDS| HORIZONS | EDUCATION
Staffing Up, Part Timers Down
Inside Higher Ed, November 19, 2009
Virtual Classrooms Could Create a Marketplace for Knowledge
The New York Times, November 6, 2009
Teacherless Classrooms: Can We?
Campus Technology, November 18, 2009
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