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Sep 14, 2021

It is up to our academic institutions to challenge what diversity looks like in our schools and in various work spaces. Having these discussions are vital and the only way to ensure a true range of backgrounds and identities in the future workforce. Today, Raquel Torres-Retana, Dean at the Pasadena City College’s...


Aug 31, 2021

Industry never stops and it’s up to education to stay one step ahead to prepare students for the jobs of tomorrow. How are programs created to educate the educators? NCCET or the National Council for Continuing Education and Training is dedicated to developing and recognizing innovative programming and professional...


Aug 17, 2021

Everything rises and falls on leadership. But what are the mindset, intentions, and actions required to be a good leader, especially when failing up isn’t an option? This is the position of many educators and administrators coming out of this pandemic. Dr. Rocky Cifone, Executive Coach at The John Maxwell Team, joins...


Aug 3, 2021

The research shows that it is better to be rich in this country than to be smart. Education is intrinsically linked to economic independence and the requirement of secondary education to get a good job is all but required now. But those of lower economic status and opportunity are far less likely to receive that...


Jul 20, 2021

How do we equitably move students into fulfilling careers and engaging lives? Josh Wyner, the Vice President and Executive Director of the Aspen College Excellence Program, spends his days actively working towards that goal. His work revolves around advancing community colleges to best serve the students, provide...