CLP adds webinars on taking student supports and Guided Pathways online

April 6, 2020
CLP now offers four webinar series for community colleges, three focused on challenges and strategies for providing all classes and student supports remotely, and one on redesigning transitions to college within the Guided Pathways framework. The two newest are a series of conversations for practiti... Read More

California needs a plan for federal aid for adult students without high school diplomas

February 17, 2020
Thousands more California residents might qualify for financial aid to attend college and earn credentials — and higher wages — if the state added its own option for students without high school diplomas to qualify for “ability to benefit,” or ATB, funds. There are three ways for stu... Read More

Dual enrollment, Guided Pathways converge for equity

November 13, 2019
A new report from CLP explores a sea change under way at Bakersfield College and across Kern County in access to higher education. Offering all high school students in BC’s service area the opportunity to take college courses seems to be providing particular benefits for students of color, who... Read More

The Dual Enrollment Game

September 27, 2018
Research shows that high school students who take community college courses through dual enrollment get better grades in high school and are more likely to enter and stay in college — and attain a degree or a certificate. The object of the game is to earn college credit. Taking the role of student... Read More