The League for Innovation in the Community College (League) is an international nonprofit organization with a mission to cultivate innovation in the community college environment. Founded in 1968 by B. Lamar Johnson and a dozen U.S. community and technical college presidents, the League has proudly served community college institutions for almost five decades.
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The League for Innovation in the Community College announces a $2.9 million grant from the Walmart Foundation to develop a three-part credentialing program for retail workers. Twelve community colleges across the country will...
We live in complex times full of social and political unrest and challenge. Many of us are not sure how to address this complexity in our classrooms and disciplines. Engaging community college students’ identities can create deeper...
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FROM INNOVATION LIBRARY
What issues, challenges, and concerns do you have about the national focus on student completion? In what ways are you supporting student success, retention, and completion? Join the conversation! MORE>
Walmart Brighter Futures 2.0
Community colleges are helping low-income individuals acquire and document the 21st century skills needed to obtain middle-skill employment, and to communicate their skill level to employers. MORE>
Community Colleges & Public Health
Curricular resources to assist community colleges in developing programs in public health education and administration, environmental health, and health navigation are now available. MORE>