SBCTC NEWS LINKS | Articles about – and of interest to – Washington state community and technical colleges
SYSTEM NEWS | OPINIONS
Big Bend student may lose [WAVE] scholarship
Columbia Basin Herald, February 5, 2010
WA Students Walk Out to Catch Lawmakers' Attention
At two-year schools, according to AFT Washington, one in four students is unemployed and trying to boost their career skills. At South Seattle Community College, instructor Mike Hickey says there's a waiting list of a thousand people who can't get into classes on his campus as a result of funding cuts.
Public News Service, February 5, 2010
Freeman hired to lead Clark's baseball program
The Columbian, February 5, 2010
TRENDS| HORIZONS | EDUCATION
What's a Degree Really Worth?
[Robust discussion in comments worth reading]
Wall Street Journal, February 2, 2010
Two California Colleges Cancel Summer Sessions
CityTownInfo, February 5, 2010
POLITICS | LOCAL, STATE, NATIONAL
State: No timeline ordered, but Legislature's goal for reform is 2018
The Olympian, February 5, 2010
State Senate panel OKs 'tuition flexibility'
After a bipartisan makeover, legislation to grant universities temporary tuition-setting authority appears to be making headway in the state Senate.
Seattle Times, February 5, 2010
OUTLOOK FOR WEEKEND? ADORABLE
Puppy Bowl VI Sunday
PhillyBurbs, February 4, 2010
The Life of a "Puppy Bowl" Referee
Wall Street Journal, February 5, 2010
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