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Dual Enrollment: Moving to an Electronic Form

April 8, 2020
Career Ladders Project convened a small group of dual enrollment practitioners in a “think tank” in fall 2019, funded by the College Futures Foundation, focused on improving the paper-based enrollment process, with the goal of producing a suite of practitioner-informed potential solutions to sha... Read More

Redesigning Transitions to College, a Guided Pathways workshop webinar series

April 7, 2020
To support community college redesign teams across California, CLP is hosting a series of workshop webinars exploring how colleges and their partners have been reimagining early onboarding, bridge programs, dual enrollment and other transitions to college within the Guided Pathways framework to serv... Read More

Moving Student Supports Online, a CLP Webinar series

April 7, 2020
To support student services staff and administrators and counselors at community colleges across California as they re-orient to an all-online world, CLP is hosting a series of four conversations on Wednesdays, from 2 p.m. to 3 p.m. Pacific time, from April 8 through April 29. Join us on Zoom! Pleas... Read More

Problem Solving: Moving Guided Pathways Online, a CLP Webinar series

April 7, 2020
To support Guided Pathways redesign teams across California as they re-orient to an all-online world, CLP is hosting a series of four conversations on Wednesdays, from 11 a.m. to Noon Pacific time, from April 8 through April 29. Join us on Zoom! Please fill out this form to let us know you’re ... Read More

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

April 2, 2020
To support dual enrollment practitioners across California as they move instruction and student services online, CLP is hosting a series of four conversations on Thursdays at 10 a.m., from March 26 through April 16. Join us via  Zoom here (it’s the same link every week). On March 26, in the f... Read More

Learning new ways to connect: A community college instructor’s account

April 1, 2020
By Kris Palmer So much of the dynamism that emerged early this semester in my American Government class came from the community college students talking with one another or with me — from the energy of human connection.  Our classroom was alive with debate teams and group problem-solving. Student... Read More

Internet access and online resources for students and colleges

March 17, 2020
As schools and colleges move their instruction and support services online during the virus crisis, internet service providers are increasing access, and new resources are becoming available for educators. For information about internet service changes (from AT&T, Comcast, Verizon, Sprint, T Mob... 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

Videos showcase expanding dual enrollment as a strategy for equity

February 3, 2020
Bakersfield College is working to make dual enrollment available to all high school students in its vast and largely rural service area in Kern County. A strategy for equity, the push is transforming students’ lives across the region. Nearly 8,000 high school students are enrolling in courses ... 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