CTCS News Week of 9/18/17

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CTCS in the News
September 28, 2017
Compiled by: Samantha Godby
MCTC ready for statewide sanctions 
Washington State Community College in Ohio is expanding it's in-state tuition break to West Virginia residents. 
Pierpont Community & Technical College Board of Governors vote to amend policies
W.Va. campaigner warns against income tax cut
grandmother, graddaughter plan to graduate together this coming May from NRCTC
"15 to Finish" urges college students to earn 15 hours per semester
WSCC tuition break expanded
Hundreds turn out for N3 job fair in Charleston, Tech firm plans to hire 200 in 12 months
West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice Paints Grim Picture if Road Bond Fails
WVU, Marshall, state commerce department reveal plan to boost state's economy
Study: WV economy needs collaborative effort
New River CTC offering CDL class
Higher ed, state officials unveil report to 'move WV forward'
  • McGovern lays out possible Dem agenda for 2019
Department of Education cuts off a student loan watchdog
   "According to the report, West Virginia should build on its existing assets, identify potential sectors beyond what has already been established, improve the state’s infrastructure and business climate, help people navigate around the state, attract businesses to the state and connect universities to business opportunities in West Virginia, to name a few.
Governor Jim Justice said at Wednesday’s press conference the report creates a blueprint to reshape West Virginia’s struggling economy."
  Community college default rate drops again  
  Dual enrollment yields promising results