The Effects of COVID-19 on Transfer-Intending Students in California's Community Colleges

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- Add to Calendar 2022-11-03 14:00:00 2022-11-03 15:00:00 The Effects of COVID-19 on Transfer-Intending Students in California's Community Colleges The pandemic disrupted enrollment, persistence, and course success for many transfer-intending students at California community colleges, especially those from underrepresented groups. Yet critical pre-pandemic reforms as well as actions taken by colleges and faculty may have helped limit the pandemic’s impact for some who stayed enrolled. Cesar Alesi Perez, Public Policy Institute of California, will present report findings; then Jacob Jackson will lead a panel discussion on efforts needed to address student outcomes. Free registration. Online Online noreply@air.org America/New_York public

The pandemic disrupted enrollment, persistence, and course success for many transfer-intending students at California community colleges, especially those from underrepresented groups. Yet critical pre-pandemic reforms as well as actions taken by colleges and faculty may have helped limit the pandemic’s impact for some who stayed enrolled. Cesar Alesi Perez, Public Policy Institute of California, will present report findings; then Jacob Jackson will lead a panel discussion on efforts needed to address student outcomes. Free registration.


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