Although changes to California college policies have helped to improve college access and completion, more could and needs to be done for the state to meet workforce demands and insure that 60% of each racial and ethnic group in the state has a degree or certificate, according to a new report from The Campaign for College Opportunity.

In the “State of  Higher Education for Black Californians,” report, the organization recommends a number of changes to reach that goal including limiting access to federal financial aid for for-profit colleges, strengthening transfer from the community colleges and developing strong data systems.