California Reconnect to give some college, no degree students a leg up

Friday, December 09, 2022
Diverse Issues in Higher Education 

About 4 million working-age Californians have completed some college credits but left before they could earn a degree. Now, they're about to benefit from personalized support and coaching to help them re-enroll in higher education. Four higher education organizations—California Competes: Higher Education for a Strong Economy, InsideTrack, the Institute for Higher Education Policy, and ProjectAttain!—are launching a new statewide campaign called California Reconnect to give adult learners a fresh start to return to college and earn a degree.

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