A year ago this month, George Floyd was murdered and our lives were forever changed. This was not just a moment in time, but a moment of our lifetime. In memory of Mr. Floyd, I urge all of us to renew, and act on, our commitment to social and racial justice for all. We all …
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.
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.