California Community Colleges released Wednesday its latest podcast featuring a conversation with Chancellor Eloy Ortiz Oakley and Executive Director of California Competes, Dr. Lande Ajose.
Today, Gov. Brown addressed the California Community Colleges Board of Governors at their July board meeting in Sacramento and underscored the urgency of the new online community college for California’s working adults and the state’s economic viability.
“California’s new online community college marks a significant advancement in our state’s higher education ecosystem and, in partnership with the other 114 colleges, will help the California Community Colleges system achieve the goals outlined in our Vision for Success by better serving working adults,”
Today, Governor Brown signed the 2018-19 state budget into law, ushering in significant improvements and investments in the California Community Colleges that will help us achieve
The California State Legislature made great strides this session to create a more accessible and equitable public higher education system by passing Governor Brown's online college and student centered funding formula budget proposals.
“On behalf of our colleges, our students and the Board of Governors, I want to thank the Legislature for approving an on-time budget that will help more Californians get the skills
California is at a veritable fork in the road – once again – where the road to equality and justice meets the well-trodden path of business as usual.
With the May budget revision approaching, time is running out for lawmakers to approve Governor Brown’s proposal. In a recent op-ed published by the Los Angeles Business Journal, California Hispanic Chambers of Commerce President and CEO Julian Canete
Watch how the 115th community college would provide millions of working Californians like Roxanne with the access they need to succeed. California lawmakers must enact the Governor’s proposal to give millions of adults the chance to advance.
As a full-time worker who cares for her young niece, Roxanne Valencia knows firsthand how difficult it can be to pursue an education. Motivated to take classes, Roxanne enrolled at a community college campus – but was forced to drop out