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RELEASED BY THE CALIFORNIA EDGE COALITION
Annual Report 2020-2021

Annual Report 2020-2021

Dear Friend, I’m excited to bring you the first annual State of the California EDGE Coalition Report intended to provide you with an overview of our successes and growth over the past 12 months, as well as a spotlight on our network partners, with the goal...

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Understanding Competency-Based Education, Credit for Prior Learning, and Other Flexible Learning Approaches in California

Understanding Competency-Based Education, Credit for Prior Learning, and Other Flexible Learning Approaches in California

Postsecondary credential attainment is a primary path to economic and social mobility. However, more than 5.5 million Californian adults have some college but no degree and are no longer enrolled. For millions more who are juggling personal and work responsibilities, fitting college into an already hectic life seems impossible.

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California EDGE Coalition Releases Policy Brief  on New Educational Approach to Serving Low-Skill Adult Learners

California EDGE Coalition Releases Policy Brief on New Educational Approach to Serving Low-Skill Adult Learners

. A new policy brief released by the California EDGE Coalition examines the ways in which other states are now successfully employing competency-based approaches to teaching and learning which allow students to move flexibly – and often much more quickly – through an educational program that is designed to make sure they know and can do what is expected of graduates.

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Basic Skills Education

Basic Skills Education

PROVIDE ALL CALIFORNIANS ACCESS TO HIGH QUALITY POSTSECONDARY EDUCATION AND TRAINING A postsecondary degree or certificate is increasingly essential for a middle class life and recent studies suggest that unless California increases the share of residents with...

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2018 Goals

2018 Goals

Increase California’s credential and degree attainment and close equity gaps especially for individuals from underserved populations facing basic skills barriers. Ensure students pursuing occupational and technical training have the financial resources and other...

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