Despite a funding windfall, California still lags near the bottom nationally in student-to-counselor ratio, although some districts improve.
EdSource roundtable panelists discuss how the college admissions process has changed amid the pandemic.
President of California's online-only college, Calbright, says it needs more time to work out its problems.
As California faces a nursing shortage, students are pushing for changes in how candidates are selected for limited community college nursing slots.
Gov. Newsom signed additional bills Wednesday advancing college funding, transfers and affordability.
A new approach to educating allied health care workers is helping to redefine higher education to quickly move and meet demand.
Efforts by CSU to improve graduation rates face questions over the long-term effects of the pandemic, especially on this year's freshmen.
California's new acting chancellor is optimistic for the future of the community colleges despite the coronavirus pandemic and enrollment losses.
Students in the health career pathway, which provides hands-on training, had higher graduation rates and were more likely to enroll in college.
With the March 2 deadline approaching, teachers, counselors and others can help tip the balance on whether a student makes it to college.
An independent group will be commissioned to study CSU's proposal to require a fourth year of high school math in freshman admissions.
Team of mentors and counselors from San Jose charter high keep in touch to ease transition to college for first-generation college students.
Focusing primarily on academic achievement and test scores not enough to prepare students for future challenges.
CSU has also pledged $10 million to train more math and science teachers, but skeptics question whether that investment will be sufficient.
Linking work experience and college preparation in high school helps students do better in college.