Bergen Community College math teacher and faculty union president Peter Helff has been suspended over allegations that he used his position and influence to alter his granddaughter’s grades. Former Superior court judge Ross Anzaldi was hired to oversee the investigation. After five months of research and interviewing witnesses, the school trustees suspended Helff indefinitely without […]

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Budget cuts have prompted the Board of Governors of the 112 California Community Colleges to consider banning repeated courses for students who have earned a satisfactory grade. This would greatly reduce the burden of the community college, since about half of students take advantage of repetitive courses like ballroom dancing and tennis. According to Chancellor […]

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Top 120 Community Colleges in 2013 according to the Aspen Institute

May 9, 2012

It’s hard to get a good list of the best Community Colleges in the United States but there are organizations that do a good job of creating a list. One institution that does this every year is the Aspen Institute which is based out of Washington DC, Aspen, Colorado and Wye River off of Maryland’s […]

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Community College Economic Impact Study In Colorado

May 9, 2012

It’s often thought that communities put their tax dollars into the community college system and that contribution is a cost that benefits society. In a day in age where student debt levels are being discussed in Congress and nightly news shows it’s important to take a close look at the reality of the situation.

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