Online education has been hyped for years, and for good reason: A student doesn’t need a traditional classroom to learn. In particular, online education has great potential to help adults acquire new job skills after technology upends their careers. Unfortunately, this sort of online education has yet to live up to the hype. State leaders […]
By Heather Hiles, President and CEO of the California Online Community College District
California is committed to a digital college completely different from past approaches
Online education is clearly expanding, but we still find ourselves wondering why it isn’t growing faster.
Gov. Jerry Brown’s idea for an online-only community college is brilliant.
‘I don’t know what that means, a community college,” President Trump said last week during a speech in northeastern Ohio.
Eloy Ortiz Oakley says California’s online community college will be a better public alternative to for-profit colleges for the “stranded workers” traditional college systems struggle to serve.
There are 8.5 million reasons why the state of California should have a fully online community college.
Bold plans for the country’s largest college system. A Q&A with California Community Colleges’ chancellor, Eloy Ortiz Oakley.
Eloy Ortiz Oakley became the first Latino chancellor of the California Community Colleges system in December 2016.
There is a troubling divide in the world of work today that threatens our hopes of strengthening the middle class.