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
U.S. DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION OFFICE FOR CIVIL RIGHTS: QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS FOR POSTSECONDARY INSTITUTIONS REGARDING THE COVID-19 NATIONAL EMERGENCY
ACCT is working with our members to compile reports, resources, and lessons from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Over the past week, along with the rest of the world, ACCT has made some adjustments to the way we work.
Make It Count, a new publication from ACCT, outlines how community colleges can use prior learning assessments to award academic credits to students with work experience and better partner with businesses.
During the second day of the Community College National Legislative Summit, the two leaders of a key Senate committee expressed optimism that critical components of the Higher Education Act would be reauthorized in the coming months.
As the 2020 Community College National Legislative Summit kicked off Monday, a U.S. Department of Labor official and other speakers stressed the importance of further integrating higher education and workforce development.