California CCs: Set a plan, get moving

California community colleges will give enrollment priority to students who set academic or vocational goals. “Professional students” who’ve attended for years without completing a credential will go to the end of the line and may be shut out of classes.

One district already is working to ensure high school graduates will have a place in college classes.

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New students and those making progress toward a credential will get enrollment priority under a reform plan approved by the California community colleges board of governors.