There are now 50 community college
districts in Texas, with 74 campuses and four technical colleges with two extension centers.
Terry O'Banion, president emeritus of the League for Innovation in the Community College
, puts it this way: "A learning revolution is spreading rapidly through all sectors of education, and the community college
has become the most visible crucible in which the concepts and practices of this revolution are being forged.
A bond measure on November's ballot would bring billions to public schools, with a chunk earmarked for the state's community colleges
This one library facility would serve as the central library for two agencies: the City of Westminster, Colorado, a suburban city of 100,000 located ten miles from Denver, Colorado; and the Westminster campus of Front Range Community College
(FRCC), the largest campus of the largest community college
As a California community college
transfer service provider with several years experience, an increase in the number of transfer students who are unaware of changes to the California State University (CSU) and University of California (UC) admission process and lower-division, major prerequisite requirements has become evident.
Consequently, the two-year, community college
option, with an average annual cost of $2,076, is becoming the predominant one for poor students of color.
Week (2000:18) indicates that 65% of all community colleges
teachers are part time.
In the 1960s, a strong social movement for egalitarianism manifested itself in the community college
emphasis on open access and attention to less well-prepared students.
NYSE:AVT) has partnered with Maricopa County Community College
District (MCCCD), the largest community college
system in the United States with more than 280,000 students, to host the Avnet Tech Games.
Emerging Leadership Howard Community College
(MD) Rhodes State College (OH) Tallahassee Community College
(FL) Washtenaw Community College
Processes used at South Seattle Community College
and Daytona Beach Community College
produce a sense of ownership by faculty and staff of institutional decisions on resource allocation.
The intent is to give more flexibility to community college
districts to acquire already constructed buildings, said Deborah Harmon, legislative advocate from McCallum Group, a Sacramento-based lobbying firm.