Technology and Innovation
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.
As educational leaders, trustees must help prepare their institutions for transformative change.
Data-literate community college boards have the power to transform institutions.
Harper College, like so many other community colleges throughout our country, has taken bold steps to dramatically change the trajectory of student success rates.
To help community colleges do even more to resolve the growing mismatch between what colleges produce and what employers need, in this brief we explore the role that community college leaders might play in expanding on-the-job training at their institutions through apprenticeship programs.
Boards can serve as ‘mission-focused advisors’ as their institutions modernize technology.
From your college website to student services, technology can make students’ lives easier — or scare them away. Either way, it’s not optional.
Boards need to ground efforts in an understanding of the changing nature of work and the global economy.
The latest in ACCT's futures series on community colleges focuses on how boards can strategically align their institutions for the future.