California community college district looks to award certificates and degrees retroactively to individuals who qualified for them but didn't claim them.
Community colleges in California and Connecticut are trying to show students that they are better off financially if they enroll full time.
Amid tough times for labor, intra-union strife besets graduate students in California.
California considers letting campuses set much higher tuition rate for some programs. Would shift help wealthier students, make the colleges more competitive with for-profits, or both?
Unhappy with how their leaders are chosen, adjuncts at California community college lead bid to decertify union and start a new one.
San Diego State, celebrated for helping students succeed without changing the makeup of its student body, faces criticism that it is abandoning its mission.
In tough budget times, departures of top faculty set off debates over how to retain and lure away the best -- especially at flagships that appear targets for raids.
Debate over planned law school at U. of California at Irvine raises questions of supply and demand.
California's community colleges toughen graduation requirements. Some see changes as overdue; others fear standards are too high.
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