News & EventsFROM THE CALIFORNIA EDGE COALITION
Join us on April 28th at 11am as we discuss digital inclusion as a key and imperative strategy to achieving an equitable, resilient, and inclusive economic future for all Californians.
All of us here at the CA EDGE Coalition are absolutely heartbroken and outraged over the senseless and hateful murders of eight souls in Atlanta, GA earlier this week.
Join us on Twitter on March 10th at 12:15 pm for a conversation on flexible learning approaches featuring Marty Alvarado, California Community Colleges’ executive vice chancellor for educational services, and Linda Collins, founder and executive director of the Career Ladders Project and CA...
Join the Skills for CA Webinar – Overview & Opportunities with the Governor’s Proposed 2021-22 State Budget
Join the Skills for CA Webinar - Overview & Opportunities with the Governor’s Proposed 2021-22 State Budget Join Skills for California as we spotlight how Governor Gavin Newsom’s proposed 2021-22 state budget impacts workforce programs and services. The webinar will include a general fiscal...
As COVID-19 upends California’s education and workforce systems, community colleges, universities, labor groups, community-based organizations, workforce development leaders, and employers are seeking a more flexible postsecondary learning system that would remove access barriers and address longstanding equity concerns.
In December 2020, the Cradle-to-Career Data System Workgroup submitted its first report to the Legislature, outlining a proposed plan intended to develop and establish for the first time in California a statewide longitudinal data system - a critical tool that would ensure existing education, financial aid, social service, and workforce information is fully leveraged to improve outcomes for all students from “cradle to career.”
The California EDGE Coalition is looking ahead for what this new year will bring, but it is indeed bittersweet as we send off into retirement two of the most instrumental figures in EDGE’s history, Barbara Baran and Rona Sherriff.
On January 8th, Governor Newsom unveiled the 2021-2022 proposed state budget with a total of $227.2 billion in critical funding.