Reopening would begin in stages once health officials say schools can safely open under a bill proposed by eduction leaders in the Assembly.
Private colleges successfully pushed for a softer bill while another proposal bolsters admissions oversight at public campuses.
California private colleges continue to oppose a revised bill that seeks information on legacy admissions. They contend that a threatened Cal Grant loss will hurt low-income students.
Districts are hoping the upcoming state budget will include financial relief such as deferred state loans, flat per-student payments, and flexibility to sell or lease surplus property.