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York College signs admission agreement with Maryland community college

York College signs admission agreement with Maryland community college

Students who graduate with an associate degree from Carroll Community College in Maryland will now be guaranteed admission to York College at the...

premium content Clashing visions for future of state system

The Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education is at a crossroads as internal and external factors, as well as changing times, present challenges.

premium content Higher education institutions roll with the changes

Students seeking higher education still want convenience, a good program and a financial aid package. But these days, they also want a relationship...

Kathleen Pavelko to retire as CEO of WITF

Kathleen A. Pavelko, president and CEO of WITF, Tuesday said she plans to retire at the end of 2018 after nearly two decades at the helm of the...

Pa. high court takes up fight over rules for medical cannabis research

premium content Pa. high court takes up fight over rules for medical cannabis research

By Thomas A. Barstow, Contributing writer

State officials are asking the Pennsylvania Supreme Court to overturn a lower-court ruling that froze the state program authorizing research into...

Wolf hoping for on-time budget, more money for workforce initiatives

While he doesn't believe he will get a long-desired severance tax on natural-gas drilling in the next state budget, Gov. Tom Wolf said he is hoping...

U-Gro wrapping up $6M expansion in Derry Township

A Dauphin County early-childhood daycare and preschool provider is wrapping up a $6 million expansion project in the Hershey area.

Nonprofit launches to promote esports in Pennsylvania

A Harrisburg-based nonprofit organization has been formed to help grow the budding esports industry in Pennsylvania.

Grant helps Messiah professors, students hone digital skills

premium content Grant helps Messiah professors, students hone digital skills

By Susan Lindt

Time and money are two often-cited barriers keeping digital technology out of classrooms.

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