Explore the falling rates of student head counts at California community colleges with this interactive map.
Most California community colleges show drops in enrollment from fall 2019 to fall 2020
Eloy Ortiz Oakley, the chancellor overseeing California's 116 community colleges, discusses fall 2021 classes and enrollment declines in interview with EdSource.
Teachers across California spent much of the last year adjusting to an entirely new education landscape of uncertainty, frustration and joy for the students who thrived.
Teachers faced a new education landscape of uncertainty, frustration and lots of Zoom.
Schools and colleges are preparing for a rush of student mental health needs as campuses reopen for in-person instruction.
I never imagined having to deal with all of my struggles all at once.
This documentary illustrates the education struggles families face and how some students put off the start of their college careers, so they could support their families when the pandemic claimed their parents' jobs.
As first-time college students, freshmen had so many plans to join clubs and pursue interests outside of their coursework. But, then the pandemic hit forcing creative alternatives.
Imagine experiencing college for the first time from your childhood bedroom at a computer screen. That’s what 2020 freshmen are living through, and they have lots to say.
With the end of the semester at hand, families and students are looking ahead with hope and finding ways to enjoy time with one another.
New advising programs focus on freshmen. Goal is for first year students to take 15 units a term.
The pandemic has wreaked havoc on the college plans for some California freshmen who have had to change their plans so they can help support their families.
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.