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A New Tool to Reach Working Learners

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 options for working adults who cannot access traditional college courses. The 115th campus will reach a demographic who is not served by our current higher education system by creating unprecedented access for workers seeking short-term certificates and credentials needed to advance their careers – and our state’s economic future.

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