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Baron moderates discussion on "community college crisis"

EdSource senior reporter Kathryn Baron moderated a discussion for CreaTV on the current community college crisis in California. Panel members included Dr. Rita Cepeda, Chancellor of San Jose/Evergreen Community College, and Dr. Laurel Jones, President of Mission College.

In addition to providing a knowledgeable overview of the challenges facing California community colleges, these experts offered an insiders view on the difficult decisions community colleges are making to address these enormous challenges.

» View a video of the discussion, “The Community College Crisis,” on CreaTV San Jose »

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  1. el on November 5, 2012 at 8:05 am11/5/2012 8:05 am

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    This was an interesting story discussing how rural community college sites have some different issues and struggles than the urban ones:

    http://www.latimes.com/news/local/la-me-college-mendocino-20121103,0,3472340.story?page=1

    Mendocino College is a very important site for the region; it is the only commutable college for most students in this area, and it provides a lot of expertise and training for both people looking for a path to a 4 year degree and for the lifelong learning paths outside it.

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