Millions of working Californians are neglected by our higher education system, a glaring injustice that Governor Brown’s proposal to establish the 115th Community College seeks to correct.
The Sacramento Bee Editorial Board has endorsed Governor Brown’s proposal to establish the 115th community college – a new fully online campus to serve 2.5 million working Californians who do not have access to current educational pathways. The Sacramento Bee encourages the Legislature to support Governor Brown’s proposal because it will:
In a video interview this week with The Chronicle of Higher Education – a series that explores various aspects of campus leadership across academia – California Community Colleges Chancellor Eloy Ortiz Oakley discussed the urgent need for the fully online college proposed in the Governor’s budget
Governor Brown’s proposal to establish the 115th community college – a fully online campus to reach more than eight million stranded Californians across the state – addresses an urgent, unmet need to provide flexible and accessible learning
Help Juan Access Online College – 8.5 Million Californians like Juan Can’t Access the College They Need for a Better Future
Across the state, millions of Californians cannot access the educational pathways they need to advance in today’s workforce. Juan Reynosa, a 36 year old man who works in medical billing in Los Angeles, works over 40 hours a week
Three years ago, Hector Mendez and his wife made a goal to finish school so they could create a better future for their young family. Hector, currently unemployed living in Covina, California, now finds himself “stranded”
As policymakers engage in budget negotiations to fund the 115th community college, the Chancellor’s Office is conducting a transparent stakeholder process to further develop the fully online community college
Today the SEIU-UHW Joint Employer Education Fund (Education Fund) – which represents 100,000 SEIU eligible members and affiliated unions, and 18 employers – announced
SACRAMENTO, Calif. – Gov. Jerry Brown’s proposed online community college seeks to fill the growing demand for information technology workers in California by offering education programs in IT support, Community Colleges Chancellor Eloy Ortiz Oakley announced today.
A statewide group of business, education, and trade groups released an open letter today supporting Governor Brown's proposal to establish a fully online community college.