Digital Divide: How Technology Access Impacts Community Colleges Across the United States During a Pandemic looks at the current state of the digital divide in the United States and how it is affecting community college students during the COVID-19 pandemic.
ACCT's educational webinars are designed to help you learn from experts, explore different topics in trusteeship and student success, all from the comfort of your home or office.
In this episode, Travis Reindl from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation moderates a conversation between Dave Loope, President of Beaufort Community College in North Carolina, and Martha Garcia, Superintendent and President of Imperial Valley Community College in California on Strengthening Rural Community Colleges.
Today, President Biden unveiled his American Families Plan, the second part of his Build Back Better strategy. The American Families Plan focuses on improving the wellbeing of children and families by investing $1.8 trillion in education and child care over ten years.
The Association of Community College Trustees (ACCT) strongly condemns the acts of bias, hatred and violence against people of Asian descent that are on the rise in the United States.
MARCH 16, 2021 WASHINGTON— The Association of Community College Trustees (ACCT) today released Strengthening Rural Community Colleges: Innovations and Opportunities
April is Community College Month, and that presents a great opportunity to get the word out about why community colleges matter, how your college is serving your community's needs today, and why public support for our colleges is
First Lady Dr. Jill Biden returned to the Community College National Legislative Summit Tuesday, almost a dozen years to the day after her first appearance following the inauguration of then-vice president Joe Biden.
Resilience and the Road Ahead
The first all-virtual Community College National Legislative Summit celebrated the sector's collective impact in the face of unprecedented challenges.