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Doubling down on work-based learning – Community College Daily

To keep the U.S. economy on course and growing, President Donald Trump is asking U.S. companies and trade associations to increase their job training opportunities as employers seek skilled workers to fill vacancies. Trump on Thursday held a White House event with corporate leaders, workers and students to promote apprenticeships, vocational opportunities and job training. More Info »

Washington News Brief

By Sharon H. Bob, Ph.D., Higher Education Specialist, Powers Pyles Sutter and Verville, PC
The following Washington career college news brief is a summary of important higher education news originating from Washington D.C.

Wary About Clery? On the Frontlines of Title IX?

By Jovita Foster, Partner and Salama Gallimore, Associate, Armstrong Teasdale
The summer is a great time for college and university officials to begin compiling campus crime statistics and gathering policies and procedural information for reporting mandated by the Clery Act.

 
 

The Millennial Workforce – a New Corporate Reality

By Suzanne Morrison-Williams, Ed.D., Vice President, Academic Affairs, City College
Millennials are not the evil horrors that many make them out to be. Millennials just differ in ‘how’ they want to operate. The key is for the organization to be able to meet the needs of all the generations within their organization.

Emerging Competing Training Models: Opportunities and Challenges for Career Colleges

Hidden Requirements for Calculating Graduate Employment

By Bryan M. Westhoff, Shareholder, Polsinelli PC
How do state and federal prosecutors use consent orders to enforce new rules for the way that propriety schools calculate their graduate employment rates? In the absence of any uniform rules for calculating graduate employment rates, many state and federal prosecutors have adopted their own views about which students schools can count as “employed.”

Preparing for the Department’s New State Authorization Rule

Pima Medical Institute and East Valley Institute of Technology (EVIT) Create a Collaborative Partnership that Benefits Phoenix Area High School Students

By Jen Spurlin, Corporate Director of Education, Pima Medical Institute
Pima Medical Institute has announced a new partnership with the Health Sciences Division of the East Valley Institute of Technology to provide high school students a clear pathway to higher education.

The Re-Positioning of Student Choice