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. More flexible postsecondary learning approaches would enable Californians—regardless of their prior education and current life circumstances—to participate in postsecondary learning, achieve marketable skills and credentials, and obtain family-sustaining careers. Click here to read the full report.