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Students with 'D' for A-G class likely shut out of UC, Cal State

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| A D grade will get LAUSD students out of high school but not into University of California or California State University. Their options: community colleges or make-up classes.

End California's ban on race-based university admissions, nonprofit says

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Authors of a study from the nonprofit The Campaign for College Opportunity say the ban should be overturned to help improve college attainment rates for African-Americans.

Cal State: $59M more needed to increase enrollment

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The California State University plans to push for more state funds than that provided in the governor's budget plan so it can expand enrollment by 10,000 students.

Arts students leaving USC school, saying program 'dismantled'

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Seven students, the entire first-year MFA class at the USC Roski School of Art and Design, contend the terms of their tuition aid and curriculum were changed.

California education groups mostly happy with budget plan

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Gov. Jerry Brown's budget plan revision provided what many expected: a windfall for education. But not everyone is pleased with the results.

California budget: How teachers, community colleges will use extra state funds

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Gov. Brown's revised budget is due Thursday, and beneficiaries of an expected revenue windfall — schools and community colleges — know how they want to spend it.

Jury sides against CSU students in $80M fee case

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California State University system argued it should not have to reimburse millions of dollars to students who paid additional fees in 2009.

Corinthian colleges closed, leaving students seeking answers

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College officials — and the California Department of Consumer Affairs — have scheduled meetings with students beginning Tuesday after the campuses were closed.