New campaign in California seeks to re-enroll working adults

Thursday, December 08, 2022
Inside Higher Ed

A coalition of higher ed organizations is launching a campaign, called California Reconnect, to re-enroll adult learners who stopped out of college in the state. The three-year effort, announced today, will involve working with up to 30 California colleges and universities, with a focus on campuses located in regions that suffered economic losses during the pandemic. The effort aims to help these institutions re-engage students who have some college credits but no degree and improve their policies and practices to enhance student success outcomes. 

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