A California court blocks an accreditor from shuttering City College of San Francisco, at least until a lawsuit filed by the city attorney goes to trial.
City College of San Francisco scrambles to make hundreds of accreditor-ordered fixes while lawsuits fly and the feds crack down on the college's accreditor.
Accelerated remediation starts to catch on at California community colleges, but might be slowed down by public university transfer policies.
A year after big protests over the idea, a new California law will allow several community colleges to charge more for overbooked courses.
The state's community colleges become the latest to consider four-year degrees, a move with big implications there and beyond.
City College of San Francisco's accreditor is in trouble with the Education Department, which sent bombshell letter that could affect college's fate.
California lawmakers want to turn up the heat on broad 2010 transfer law as community colleges and Cal State campuses add new transfer pathways.
City College of San Francisco's best hope of staying open is probably to appeal the death sentence from its accreditor, and the college may have longer than people realize to win a reprieve.
UCLA wins approval to make M.B.A. program self-sufficient, which the school sees as key to long-term success. The UCLA plan remains controversial, but Berkeley’s Haas School has changed its business model with much less resistance.
As budget crunch eases at California's community colleges, a lawmaker pushes two-tiered tuition, a solution both faculty groups and system leaders oppose.
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