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Educational Pathways Monthly - November 22 Issue

Educational Pathways
Educational Pathways Monthly - November 22 Issue
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Hi Everyone:
Welcome to the newly designed issue of Educational Pathways.
We have moved back to a monthly schedule, so next issue will be published on Decmeber 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.

Part II On Social Capital: Impact of Social Class and Capital on Postsecondary Education Decision-Making, Academic Achievement & Work | Workforce Monitor
The Next Normal—and Beyond: A Jisc/EDUCAUSE Digital Transformation Leadership Roundtable | EDUCAUSE
BRIDGES Rural grant spurs free, after-school child care program for parent learners at Washington State Community College | Workforce Monitor
UNCF Release Report Highlighting the Success of HBCUs at Moving Students Toward the Middle Class | Diverse: Issues In Higher Education
Report outlines the Class of 2020's student debt burden | Inside Higher Ed
Learning from the Past: The Evolution of Vocational Education | MDRC
11 new tools powering the future of higher ed - eCampus News
2022 Top 10 IT Issues | EDUCAUSE
How Digital Transformation Can Enable the Contactless Campus | EDUCAUSE
Students are still struggling to get internet. The infrastructure law could help
‘It’s a shell game’: How under-the-radar companies help for-profit colleges stay in business
Shifting to a Shorter Semester Model in the Wake of the Pandemic | The EvoLLLution The EvoLLLution
Democrats’ Bill Would Deny For-Profit College Students Extra Aid | The New York Times
College men are absent from campuses: What’s being done to help? | CSMonitor.com
A solution to the US worker shortage and inequity is hiding in plain sight | TheHill
Companies scramble to recruit college students amid a booming job market | Work Shift
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