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photo - California State University, Fullerton Dual Admission Could Help More Students Transfer from Community College to State Universities Under a proposed dual admission program, students who enroll in a California community college would be conditionally accepted to a state university. This could expand access to a bachelor’s degree and help address equity gaps in higher education. Read More
photo - College Student Online Learning from Dorm Room Most California Colleges Are Sticking with Online Instruction This Spring California colleges are more likely than those in the rest of the US to be operating primarily online. Public health data support the state’s cautious approach, but a reliance on distance learning raises equity concerns. Read More
photo - College Student Walking on Campus and Wearing a Mask Helping Community Colleges Build on Progress during the Pandemic As higher education continues to confront the disruptions from COVID-19, Governor Newsom’s proposed state budget includes funding to help California community colleges boost access and retention and improve student outcomes. Read More
photo - Student Online Learning from Home Newsom’s Budget Advances Long-Overdue Education Data System The governor’s proposed state budget includes $18.8 million in funds to move forward with a “cradle to career” data system that would provide valuable information for educators, policymakers, students, and parents. Read More
photo - Dormant Walnut Orchard in Lodi, California-pixel-ca-dwr-FL_Delta-3954_02_22_2019 Budgeting for Agricultural Sustainability and Resiliency We talked to Karen Ross, secretary of the California Department of Food and Agriculture, about agricultural programs designed to build climate resilience and support farmers’ financial resilience and water security. Read More
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