Leaders representing all segments of California's education system share their reactions to the governor’s budget proposals.
Higher education leaders in California mostly praised Gov. Gavin Newsom's budget proposal, which offsets some of last year's cuts.
Experts suggest reforms in admissions, financial aid and transfer policies to legally increase diversity among students and faculty.
New advising programs focus on freshmen. Goal is for first year students to take 15 units a term.
Amid online classes and other tumult, will freshmen return for sophomore year? CSU campuses show mixed results so far.
Sort and visually compare dropout rates by demographic data across the CSU system.
Enrollment at public universities is down across the country, but not at the University of California, where undergraduate enrollment is up and total enrollment is flat.
California State University’s ethnic studies requirement is on track to being implemented as a lower-division class, disappointing faculty.
New ethnic studies class will likely be required as part of lower-division coursework, which many students complete at community college.
When California voters in 1996 rejected affirmative action, CSU and UC could no longer consider race and ethnicity in admissions, making a huge impact on the public universities.
This week, we explore implications of Prop. 16, rescinding the ban on affirmative action, on funding, hiring, and diversity for K-12 and CSU.
Joseph I. Castro begins to identify his priorities as the new chancellor of the 23-campus California State University System in a Q & A. He’s the first native Californian, first Mexican American and first CSU president promoted to the position.
More isolation and depression anticipated as students return to mostly online courses.
Colleges and universities in California can reopen this fall but must offer most classes virtually and have other restrictions in place.
Balancing studies online and a heavier schedule at work can be overwhelming.