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Jerry Brown approves community college bachelor’s degrees

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Article from Sacramento Bee: In what could portend a monumental shift in public higher education in California, Gov. Jerry Brown signed a bill Sunday that will allow up to 15 community colleges to launch bachelor’s degrees programs in vocational fields. While 21 other states offer community college baccalaureates, California’s colleges have traditionally been the domain [...]

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White Mountains Community College offers a variety of learning options to fit …

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Article from Conway Daily Sun: Published Date Early in the online education initiative, White Mountains Community College began to offer a small list of 100 percent course offerings. As interest grew, so did the offerings. Today, online learning is said to be the future of higher education. While this may be true nationwide, online learning [...]

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Community colleges plan to offer quick competency degree

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Article from The Seattle Times: Originally published May 20, 2014 at 6:30 PM | Page modified May 20, 2014 at 9:41 PM The state’s community-college system is planning to offer an all-online, competency-based associate degree in business that students could earn at home in 18 months — or even earlier, if they’ve already earned some [...]

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MUN teaching and learning community launches online video

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Article from The Telegram: An online video profiling Memorial University’s Teaching and Learning Community (TLC) was launched today. A news release notes the video is intended to profile the diversity within the university’s TLC, which includes all students, educators, staff and alumni. In September 2012, a new teaching and learning community website was launched, featuring [...]

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Eco Building Products Reaches Out To The Specifying Community Creating …

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Article from Sacramento Bee: VISTA, Calif., Sept. 11, 2012 – /PRNewswire/ – Eco Building Products, Inc., (OTCBB: ECOB) is pleased to announce the accreditation issuance of ECOB University’s Online Educational Platform through the Accrediting Alliance for Training and Development (AATD).  ECOB University, an Eco Building Products, Inc. Global Education Network, is a full-service, online learning platform [...]

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Rowan-Cabarrus Community College offers seventh online degree program

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Article from Charlotte Observer: Rowan-Cabarrus Community College this semester will offer its seventh entirely online degree program. Students can earn an associate’s degree in criminal justice that can be completed through classroom instruction, online or through a combination of the two. After earning the degree, a student could have career options ranging from local, state [...]

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Hagerstown Community College teams up with Drexel University for nursing …

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Article from Chambersburg Public Opinion: HAGERSTOWN, Md. – Hagerstown Community College and Drexel University Online recently signed an agreement that will allow students to complete a bachelor’s degree in nursing through the two schools. It allows students to complete 90 credits at HCC and the remaining 30 credits through Drexel’s online program. HCC students will [...]

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Bay Path College and Holyoke Community College to offer joint online degree …

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Article from MassLive.com: The Republican | Don TreegerBay Path College President Carol Leary and Holyoke Community College president William Messner sign an agreement that will offer an online bachelor’s degree. LONGMEADOW – Bay Path College and Holyoke Community College have come together to offer an online bachelor’s degree program at half the cost of a [...]

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Missouri Southern, Ozarks Technical Community College sign agreement

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Article from Joplin Globe: Students who have completed an associate degree at Ozarks Technical Community College, based in Springfield, will be able to transfer “seamlessly” this fall into a four-year, online degree program at Missouri Southern State University. Officials with both schools made the announcement Wednesday when they signed a memorandum of understanding at OTC’s [...]

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Online Poker Community Speaks Out Via Social Media, Hopes Lawmakers Will Hear

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Article from WebProNews: It’s an interesting time for the poker industry in the U.S. as multiple laws have been introduced to Congress regarding the legalization of the online game. The poker community has been pushing for such legislation for years and is optimistic that some type of action will happen soon.Should online poker be legalized? [...]

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