Supporting Adult Learners Through ATB and Dual Enrollment

September 29th 2023 - blog, News, Uncategorized

California is stepping up support for the educational and career aspirations of all students, including adult learners. The governor’s recent executive order to create a master plan for career education calls on system and agency leaders to create a coherent, streamlined path from K-12 to college and career for all Californians by knocking down silos […]

A Vision for Equity in Success, Access, and Support

September 29th 2023 - blog, News

The California Community Colleges Board of Governors this week approved the Vision 2030 framework, continuing the state’s momentum to enable learners of all ages and backgrounds to succeed in college and career. Centered on three goals — equity in success, equity in access, and equity in support — the framework builds on the foundation of […]

Webinar Recording: Using Data to Inform Equity in Dual Enrollment

September 29th 2023 - News, Uncategorized

Dual enrollment is increasing statewide, but there are still opportunity gaps in participation. CLP’s dual enrollment capacity-building webinar, Using Data to Inform Equity, reviewed a recent report from the Public Policy Institute of California (PPIC), showed publicly available data tools, and featured the work of Los Angeles Valley College to design its Men of Color […]

Capacity-building Webinars for CCAP Dual Enrollment

August 29th 2023 - blog, News, Uncategorized

Register now for three upcoming CLP webinars on design and implementation issues in dual enrollment. The webinars are intended for partnerships that recently received state grants to develop, expand, or strengthen College and Career Access Pathways (CCAP) dual enrollment. The sessions are geared primarily for K-12 dual enrollment directors or coordinators, although college partners are […]

California’s Golden Opportunity

June 9th 2023 - blog, News

California’s $500 million investment in Golden State Pathways (GSP) promises to dramatically increase college and career opportunities for students. Through GSP, students would graduate from high school prepared for both college and career, equipped with at least 12 units of college credit and skills required to succeed in today’s economy. The goal is ambitious, but […]

Catalyzing Conversations on Coherence Webinar

May 30th 2023 - News, Uncategorized

In case you missed the “Catalyzing Conversations on Coherence” webinar on April 26, you can now access the webinar recording, presentation slides, and tools. The Linked Learning Alliance, Career Ladders Project, and The Education Trust—West, co-leading a new partnership called Fast Forward California, hosted the webinar with a singular goal in mind – strengthening coherence […]

Fast Forward California Will Prepare Local Schools and Communities to Make Good on Massive Golden State Pathways Investments

April 26th 2023 - blog, News, Uncategorized

With $500 million in funding for Golden State Pathways and $200 million for Dual Enrollment, California is making a once-in-a-lifetime investment in students and our shared future prosperity. But ensuring these dollars result in increased college completion, meaningful employment, and equitable outcomes will require increased coherence across our education and workforce systems. To meet this […]

Dual Enrollment Equity Conference

March 30th 2023 - Featured, News, Uncategorized

Innovative practices, actionable resources, and the latest research are all on the agenda for the inaugural California Dual Enrollment Equity conference on May 2-3 at the Bakersfield Marriott Convention Center. This practitioner-focused event will support high school and college partnerships in identifying and addressing equity gaps in dual enrollment. At the conference, you’ll be able […]

California’s Continued Commitment to Equitable Dual Enrollment

March 23rd 2023 - blog, News

California continues to advance its commitment to equitable dual enrollment. New legislation introduced by Assembly Member Chris Holden, AB 368, would further refine College and Career Access Pathways (CCAP) dual enrollment, removing barriers to college for students from underrepresented groups. AB 368 would clarify that CCAP students can take up to 15 college units per […]

Lessons on Equitable Dual Enrollment from a Community of Practice

March 22nd 2023 - blog, News

Dual enrollment leaders from three colleges shared successes and challenges from their work to identify implementation issues and expand equitable dual enrollment on the March 14 webinar hosted by CLP in collaboration with the California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office (CCCCO). The three colleges featured—Mendocino College, Riverside City College, and Southwestern College—participate in a dual enrollment community of […]