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As COVID-19 cases—along with subsequent campus closure and quarantines—continue to rise, it’s increasingly difficult to know what to focus on, and how to allocate valuable time. Community college leaders should ask themselves these five questions while navigating COVID-19.

To rise to the oncoming challenges facing community colleges, presidents have expressed a surprising need: an empowered cabinet that helps lead strategic change. Explore the Strategic Cabinet Resource Center for insights and tools that will help cabinet members develop strategic thinking skills and lead change.

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About the Webconference U.S. employers are spending a large and growing sum on workforce training. Amid declining state funding, community colleges can look to such partnerships for alternative streams of revenue. However, most colleges lack proactive employer outreach and struggle to move from grant subsidies to self-sustaining portfolios. Learn how to target the right fit […]

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