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    Rethinking Prior Learning Assessments

    Jan 30, 2015

    By Michael Feldstein Prior learning assessments are increasingly touted as a way to make college both more affordable and equitable. This approach allows students with life experience equivalent to college-level proficiency to receive degree credit for their knowledge. In theory, it’s great. Post-traditional students with real work experience get a

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    20MM Salutes Dr. Molly E. Smith and Sara Selby: OER pioneers!

    Jan 14, 2015

    This month, The Michelson Twenty Million Minds Foundation (20MM) recognizes Dr. Molly E. Smith and Sara Selby of South Georgia State College (SGSC) for being OER pioneers! In late Spring of 2014, after learning of Complete College Georgia’s grant for innovative approaches to saving costs for students, it occurred to Molly

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    An Annotated List of Articles on Obama #FreeCommunityCollege Proposal

    Jan 9, 2015

    President Obama today made a widely reported announcement on his proposal to make community college tuition free for qualifying students. Rather than comment on the proposal, I thought it would be more useful, given the abundance of articles written prior to the actual press event, to provide an annotated list of

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    Two Stories on Community College Illustrate Trends in Higher Ed

    Jan 9, 2015

    By: Phil Hill I believe student stories hold potential to dispel some of the myths that of shape the mental models that undermine change in higher education.  - Michelle Pacansky-Brock   We need to stop just talking about students and add the element of talking with students.  - Phil Hill

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    “California Comeback” Victory Lap on Community College Improvements

    Dec 23, 2014

    By: Phil Hill Last week the California Community College System, and two colleges in particular, got well-deserved recognition for improving enrollment and financial health. Community College Week ran its cover story on “The California Comeback: Enrollment on the Way Up After Recession-Fueled Decline”. Call it the California comeback. After years

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