Prepare for Golden State Pathways

August 29, 2023
The California Department of Education (CDE) took an initial step in the $500 million Golden State Pathways Program (GSPP) with its recent release of RFAs for Lead and Regional Technical Assistance Centers. The technical assistance centers will support recipients of GSPP planning and implementation ... Read More

Pending Title 5 Changes to Support Equitable Dual Enrollment

August 29, 2023
The California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office (CCCCO) and Board of Governors continue to advance needed policy change to support the field in implementing equitable expansion of dual enrollment. One proposed change would remove barriers to dual enrollment related to documenting parental pe... Read More

Capacity-building Webinars for CCAP Dual Enrollment

August 29, 2023
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 pri... Read More

California’s Golden Opportunity

June 9, 2023
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 ski... Read More

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

April 26, 2023
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 outc... Read More

California’s Continued Commitment to Equitable Dual Enrollment

March 23, 2023
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 ... Read More

Lessons on Equitable Dual Enrollment from a Community of Practice

March 22, 2023
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 ... Read More

Equitable Dual Enrollment: Applying for the New State Grants

March 7, 2023
Last week’s CLP webinar, Equitable Dual Enrollment: Applying for the New State Grants, featured Arvin High School’s award-winning dual enrollment partnership with Bakersfield College. Presenters from Arvin High School and the Kern High School District, along with the partner Bakersfield College ... Read More

Now Open: Applications for State Dual Enrollment Grants

February 28, 2023
Applications for state dual enrollment grants are now open. The California Department of Education (CDE) recently released the RFAs for College and Career Access Pathways (CCAP) grants and Middle College Early College (MCEC) grants. This funding promises to expand equitable dual enrollment statewide... Read More
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New Regulations for Ability to Benefit and California’s Career Pathways

February 27, 2023
  “California has all the elements to help put together a successful Ability to Benefit strategy,” said Judy Mortrude of World Education, Inc., in the February 14 webinar, New Regulations for Ability to Benefit – What Do They Mean for California’s Career Pathways? Such a strate... Read More