Community colleges faulted on health studies
Flaws make career training difficult, report says
Massachusetts’ community college system is failing to adequately prepare students for technical careers in high-demand health care fields because it is too disjointed for students and employers to navigate, according to the first sweeping report to lay out the problem and suggest solutions. The report lists issues holding back potential employees and hindering one of the city’s crucial industries. The colleges vary in how they assess academic performance. And they do not make it easy to transfer from one school to another.