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Revised Math Program Reduces Failure Rate At Cal State

| First-year students used to be dropped from the rolls for failing remedial math, but a new program allows students who don't pass math to try again.

Shutdown Of For-Profit College Limits Options For Students

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People enrolled at A-Technical College, a for-profit school in Huntington Park, say the school been essential to their education.

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Native American Enrollment In Community Colleges Drops 60%

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The chancellor's office pins the drop on a decade-old statistical change that shifted many multi-ethnic Native Americans to other racial and ethnic categories.

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CSU Plans Forum On Math Admissions Requirement

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Trustees want to hold a three-and-a-half hour public discussion on Aug. 29 on a proposal to add a fourth year of math to admission requirements.

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Huntington Park For-Profit College Will Shut Next Month

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Enrollment at A-Technical College in Huntington Park has dropped by 50 percent, to about 80 students. The school will shut down on Aug. 15.

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City of Fullerton Wants To Tap Into Cal State Surplus

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The mayor is seeking accelerated repayment of a $7 million bond issued 30 years ago to build athletic fields at Cal State Fullerton.

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New President Takes Over At Scandal-Ridden USC

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Carol Folt navigated controversies at the University of North Carolina. She'll need that experience as she settles in as leader of LA's troubled university.

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Cal State Disputes Charge It Hid $1.5 Billion Surplus

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Chancellor Tim White said the surplus is a rainy day fund thatA had been made public dozens of times before a state audit released this week.

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