More Graduates for a Thriving California

About 144,000 college-ready students will be turned away annually from California’s four-year higher education institutions by 2030—double the number being kept away now.

The higher education capacity crisis poses a serious threat to the state’s economy and will widen already deep racial, economic, and geographic inequities.

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New UCLA plan to reduce overcrowding could help current students, but may hurt future applicants from low-income families and communities of color. #MakeRoomforSuccess #CAHigherEd twitter.com/dailybruin/sta…

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