CLP’s monthly dual enrollment problem-solving webinar series concludes this week with a focus on dual enrollment integrated with guided pathways redesign. Since the first webinar in late March shortly after [...]
Speaking at a legislative forum hosted by Assembly Speaker Anthony Rendon in Sacramento about overcoming challenges to California’s continued growth and economic prosperity, Linda Collins, founder and executive director of [...]
Studies have shown positive outcomes for students who participated in a high-quality Dual Enrollment while in high school, compared with their peers who didn’t. They are more likely to graduate [...]
Thousands more California residents might qualify for financial aid to attend college and earn credentials — and higher wages — if the state added its own option for students without [...]
More than 300 practitioners from community colleges across California gathered in Bakersfield on Nov. 15 to learn about and explore intentional, supported pathways as a strategy for equity.
update – Oct. 14, 2019
We were glad to see Gov. Gavin Newsom veto AB 751 over the weekend, saying that allowing use of the SAT and ACT in [...]
Legal Opinion 16-02, issued by the California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office, addresses two key legal issues: CCAP partnerships under AB 288; and districts’ ability to operate outside of the CCAP [...]