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Research Item The Potential of California's Community College Baccalaureate for Closing Racial Equity Gaps
Calling California Community College Baccalaureate (CCB) degree programs, “potentially the best vehicle to transform who accesses and succeeds in California’s higher education and labor market,” the UCLA Civil Rights Project/Proyecto Derechos Civiles' new research details the progress and potential of the CCC baccalaureate degree programs and argues for their strategic expansion across the state.
Page The Access Crisis in Higher Education
The higher education system that was built to accommodate the parents of the current generation of college students is inadequate to meet the expanding need for postsecondary education in the 21st century.
Research Item Civil Rights and Federal Higher Education
This volume offers a renewed vision for higher education policy making, presenting an incisive analysis of the connections between educational politics and educational inequality. With a view toward the future, the editors assert that the thoughtful application of evidence-based solutions to complex policy problems can help establish a more just and equitable system of higher education.
Research Item Expanding Opportunity in Higher Education: Leveraging Promise
Reports on the challenges facing California and the nation in providing access to higher education during a time of demographic change.
Research Item Accountability and Opportunity in Higher Education
Research Item Minority Serving Institutions under Trump’s presidency: Considerations for current policies and future actions
Research Item The Baccalaureate in the California Community College: Current Challenges & Future Prospects
This report considers the experiences with community college baccalaureate programs of three states that are demographically similar to California, and offers a set of recommendations that could help California achieve both workforce readiness and greater equity of opportunity to complete a baccalaureate degree for underrepresented students.
Research Item Making Education Work for Latinas in the U.S.
Commissioned by The Eva Longoria Foundation
Research Item Fulfilling America’s Future: Latinas in the U.S., 2015
At 54 million, Hispanics now make up the largest ethnic minority in the country. Currently, Hispanic girls and women are one in five women in the U.S. and will comprise nearly one third of the country’s female population by 2060. Ensuring they are positioned for success is a fundamental responsibility and an important economic opportunity for the country.
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