After California Gov. Gavin Newsom last fall vetoed an overhaul of the state's main financial aid program, advocates for change are hopeful he will support their proposals this year.
With colleges in California and elsewhere suffering from enrollment drops, a new survey offers insight on why students aren't attending.
Enrollment has dropped more than 5% in rural Northern California over the past 20 years, with some districts seeing drops of 50% or more.
Roundtable panelists discussed the pros and cons of shifting California schools from an attendance-based funding formula to an enrollment-based formula.
Recently, some California community colleges have not handed over data on enrollment and application fraud to state officials, who are now looking to force their hand.
After lawmakers unanimously approved a bill to save UC Berkeley from enrollment cuts this fall, it was quickly signed by Newsom on Monday.
New California legislation would prevent courts from immediately forcing a campus to cut enrollment over population concerns and could be retroactively applied to UC Berkeley.
Lawmakers want the University of California to add 7,000 new students this fall, but UC has indicated it will only add 2,000 more students compared with last fall.
Students, teachers and parents vow to fight the closures, rally state to forgive Oakland Unified's debt
Members of the governing board for California's community colleges are urged to focus the system on helping students stay enrolled and complete studies.
California's community colleges' declining enrollment won't reduce state funding but adjunct profs may lose opportunities.
California Community Colleges suffered a pandemic enrollment drop of nearly 15%, higher than what the system reported earlier this year for the fall 2020 semester.
School districts seeing major enrollment and attendance drops fear substantial funding cuts in the 2022-23 school year.
The California Community Colleges system has been unable to provide student enrollment totals for fall 2020 or spring 2021, even before bots enrolled fake students.
Almost 35,000 California families filed a private school affidavit to home-school their children during the 2020-21 school year — more than double the number filed before the pandemic.