We work to ensure that the dream of a seamless educational pathway to opportunity becomes a reality for the diverse students of California.
Our new strategy enables student success by catalyzing systemic, sustainable changes through Student-centric Practices, Leadership & Governance, and Finance & Affordability.
Supporting students’ pursuit of a bachelor’s degree requires the combined and coordinated efforts of multiple institutions along the way.
We work in partnership with leaders and organizations across the state to catalyze systemic changes that enable low-income young people of color to attain degrees and achieve success in college and in life.
@latimes raising important #edequity questions about #CSU proposal to increase math requirements. This change would have major implications in LA, which is home to roughly 1/3 of CA's high school students.
About 3 weeks ago from College Futures Fdn's Twitter via Hootsuite Inc.
The #CSU discussion about changing admissions requirements spotlights how math ed impacts #equity and college success. An innovative math course at LAUSD and new research give insight on how to increase the quality of math ed for all students. Read more: collegefutures.org/2019/06/fi… pic.twitter.com/cpej48nQhT
Last month from College Futures Fdn's Twitter via Hootsuite Inc.
The economic benefits of stabilizing and expanding higher education funding make it potentially the most cost-effective, middle-class-building initiative that CA could undertake. @MonicaCLozano @sacbee_news
About 2 months ago from College Futures Fdn's Twitter via Hootsuite Inc.
College affordability has many dimensions, but CA leaders can end the boom and bust cycle—with tuition spikes filling budget gaps in bad years—with a plan for stable, long-term #highered funding. @MonicaCLozano @sacbee_news
How can math education increase equity and college success? New course from CSU and LAUSD has some answers.