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Educational Pathways - August 22, 2021

Educational Pathways
Educational Pathways - August 22, 2021
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Hi Everyone:
Welcome to the newly designed issue of Educational Pathways.
We are moving back to a monthly schedule, so next issue will be published on September 22, 2021.
Thanks for stopping by,
George Lorenzo
P.S. Please also see our sister publication, Workforce Monitor, a weekly newsletter on all things related to workforce education.

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A political awakening among Chinese and Chinese-American professors | Open Campus
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American Public Education plans to purchase government workforce training provider | Higher Ed Dive
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