In an effort to create a more educated workforce in the United States, many community colleges are implementing new practices and strategies to assist under-prepared students. These efforts will ultimately support a stronger and more resilient global workforce. Examining the Impact of Community Colleges on the Global Workforce provides relevant theoretical and conceptual frameworks, best practices, and emerging empirical research about new approaches being employed in community colleges to prepare students for their post-collegiate careers. Featuring recent initiatives in educational settings, this publication is a critical reference source for higher education practitioners, policymakers, and graduate students in higher education administration programs interested in the innovative practices utilized by community colleges to educate underserved students.Retrieved from http://www.luminafoundation.org/publications/ The_Degree_Qualifications_Profile.pdf Mangold, W. D., Bean, L. G., Adams, D. J. , Schwab, W. A., aamp; Lynch, S. M. (2002). Who goes and who stays: An assessment of the ... Research in Higher Education, 51(4), 320a345. doi:10.1007/ s11162- 009-9159-2 McIntosh, E. J., aamp; Nelson, D. D. (2012). Transfer students: Thriving in a new institution.
|Title||:||Examining the Impact of Community Colleges on the Global Workforce|
|Author||:||Jones, Stephanie J.|
|Publisher||:||IGI Global - 2015-08-04|