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EP 124: Houston Community College System vs. Wilson (featuring Ira Shepard)
On this episode of "In the Know", ACCT's Andy Laine sits down with career lawyer, Ira Shepard to discuss the Supreme Court's ruling in the Houston Community College vs. Wilson case. With very little precedent for cases dealing with the function of a community college board, we'll pinpoint the ruling's significance and how it may affect board member relations moving forward.
On Your Radar: A Closer Look into the Legislative Priorities of the 118th Congress
This episode of “In the Know” features an in-depth discussion with ACCT's Vice President of Public Policy, Carrie Warick-Smith, Director of Government Relations, Jose Miranda, and Senior Government Relations Associate, Rosario Duran. We'll take a closer look at the legislative priorities for the 118th Congress and the policy changes that could affect how community colleges serve students. We'll also preview the upcoming Community College National Legislative Summit happening February 5-8 in Washington, D.C.
Understanding the Digital Learning Pulse Survey with Cengage and Bay View Analytics
On this episode of In the Know ACCT's Director of Strategic Communications, David Conner, and I spoke with Hester Tinti-Kane, Senior Marketing Director at Cengage and Jeff Seaman, Director of Bay View Analytics about the Digital Learning Pulse Survey: Student, Faculty and Administrator Perspective on Digital Learning in the Community College. Bay View Analytics conducted this survey of higher education students, faculty and administrators between October 20 and November 8, 2021 in partnership with leading community college organizations. This project is underwritten by Cengage.
What Community Colleges Need to Know about the 2022 Federal Budget
This is an episode of Need to Know, a more policy-focused offshoot of In the Know. Today, we're talking about appropriations with Carrie Warick-Smith and José Miranda. Carrie is ACCT's Vice President of Public Policy and José is ACCT's Senior Government Relations Associate. We talk about new developments in the appropriations process and updates to programs that are of interest to community colleges.
Fiscal Year 2022 Appropriations Fact Sheet
ACCT LAW Alerts
Secretary of Labor Marty Walsh Addresses Community College Leaders
This episode of In the Know features United States Secretary of Labor Marty Walsh’s address to community college leaders at the 2022 National Legislative Summit, with an introduction by Pam Eddinger, president of Bunker Hill Community College in Massachusetts. This episode also features an extensive Q&A the secretary did with community college leaders. There is a lot of great information here, so even if you were at the NLS, I think this is worth listening to again.
Please feel free to reach out to me directly at email@example.com if you have ideas for future episodes. What do you want to learn about? We’re always open to suggestions!
Get to Know ACCT Board Chair Judge Jim Cooksey
On this episode of In the Know, I spoke with Judge Jim Cooksey, ACCT Board Chair and Trustee at Moberly Area Community College in Missouri. We spoke about his path to becoming a trustee, and the theme for this year's annual Congress theme, "Improving the Lives of Entire Families." Registration is now open, as is the call for presentations.
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