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California College Students Can Profit From Endorsements

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| Gov. Gavin Newsom signed a bill that will allow college athletes in California to profit from the use of their name, image or likeness.

How Cal State Reformed Its 'Remedial' Programs

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The system eliminated the "remedial" label and adopted the view that students can do college-level work if they’re taught by engaging professors.

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UC President Janet Napolitano To Step Down Next Year

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Napolitano told the UC regents that it's time to hand over the reins after six years leading the prestigious, 10-campus public university system.

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Cal State Holds Public Forum On Proposed Admissions Changes

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A plan to add a year of high school math or math skills to the admissions requirement would disproportionately impact students of color, opponents argued.

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Revised Math Program Reduces Failure Rate At Cal State

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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.

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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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