Report: Community colleges are key to solving shortage of skilled workers

Community colleges offer our best chance at preparing the most students for the jobs of the future, and business leaders understand this. The Texas Commission on Community College Finance should seek to reward and enhance these kinds of collaborations across the private and educational sectors. By increasing credential completion and industry alignment, we can ensure more members of our community can build well-staffed businesses and earn family-sustaining wages.

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The Rio Grande Guardian ran a related story on recommendations presented to the Commission on Community College Finance.  The goal of these recommendations is to strengthen community colleges to increase outcomes and better support students to completion in order to meet growing workforce needs across the entire state.

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Redefining Political Discourse in Texas with John Colyandro Part 1

As we enter into the session’s turbulent events, from internal party conflicts to high-profile trials, John Colyandro provides unique insights into the political process.

In this two-part conversation, discover how misinformation and social media play a role in shaping public opinion and why it’s crucial to base political discussions on facts. We explore the controversial topic of school choice and debunk some common misconceptions while shedding light on the challenges faced by special needs students in both public and private education.

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