Friday, May 28, 2010

NEWS LINKS | May 28, 2010

SBCTC NEWS LINKS | Articles about – and of interest to – Washington state community and technical colleges




Guest opinion: Holding history for GRCC

President Rutkowski should be celebrated as a citizen who shepherded a well-founded two-year college into an exemplary part of the Washington state community college system.

Auburn Reporter, May 28, 2010


New Lower Columbia College program adds earlier boost to learning process

The Daily News, May 28, 2010


Ike grads leave a lasting imprint / College-bound seniors have found leadership, character go a long way

Yakima Herald, May 28, 2010 (Yakima Valley CC)





Despite cuts, Lansing CC investing $1 million to help students succeed / Orientation, more counseling, better data part of effort to beef up 'college-going skills'

Lansing State Journal (MI), May 28, 2010


Advising the Undocumented

Chronicle of Higher Education, May 27, 2010


The Faculty Role in Assessment

Inside Higher Ed, May 28, 2010


Men's Share of College Enrollments Will Continue to Dwindle, Federal Report Says

Chronicle of Higher Education, May 27, 2010


Flaws in California's English-language programs place students in jeopardy, threaten state's economic future, study finds

Los Angeles Times, May 27, 2010





President and VPs get pied at fundraiser


President, VPs pied at Centralia College Athletics fundraiser



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