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Problem Solving: Moving Dual Enrollment Online, a CLP Webinar series

March 26, 2020
To support dual enrollment practitioners across California as they move instruction and student services online, CLP is hosting a series of conversations each Thursday at 10 a.m., through April 16. Join us via  Zoom here (it’s the same link every week). Nearly 200 people joined us for the fi... Read More

Two new webinar series from CLP for community colleges working online

March 23, 2020
CLP has launched two webinar series to support community college practitioners. The first starts this week. We thank you for all of the work you are doing in these challenging times. Please share this information widely! Problem Solving: Moving Dual Enrollment Online A free webinar series for practi... Read More

Resources for supporting Dual Enrollment and English-language learners

February 21, 2020
Career Ladders Project offers an array of resources to support dual enrollment instructors as they create classroom experiences for English-language learners and other students with specific needs. K-12 teachers learn how to support students from special populations in their teaching credential prog... Read More

GP workshop highlights community college redesign with students’ careers in mind

February 20, 2020
Representatives from 55 California community colleges gathered in Sacramento on Feb. 18 for a Guided Pathways workshop; this one explored how colleges are redesigning with students’ careers in mind. Highlights included a compelling keynote about how community college students make academic and car... Read More

CLP’s Linda Collins discusses role of California community colleges at Legislative summit

February 7, 2020
Speaking at a legislative forum hosted by Assembly Speaker Anthony Rendon in Sacramento about overcoming challenges to California’s continued growth and economic prosperity, Linda Collins, founder and executive director of CLP, highlighted the importance of California’s community colleges — a... Read More

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

December 23, 2019
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

Bakersfield symposium highlights concerns — and solutions — related to college access and equity

December 4, 2019
More than 300 practitioners from community colleges across California gathered in Bakersfield on Nov. 15 to learn about and explore intentional, supported pathways as a strategy for equity.  The intensive, daylong Bakersfield Intersegmental Pathways Symposium began with remarks from Kern Community ... 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

CLP presentations at SSSC offer new ways to explore and approach redesign

October 30, 2019
Many community college practitioners across California look forward all year to recharging during the Strengthening Student Success Conference. Each year, we return home energized and full of new information and inspiration for system change and the pursuit of equity.  Scroll down for links to pres... Read More

CLP develops design thinking for the community college context

October 30, 2019
Education leaders are increasingly turning to design thinking as a method for re-envisioning their work and reform practices and for tackling the knottiest challenges on their campuses. Career Ladders Project is building a bridge from the broader conversations to the community college context.  Fir... Read More