Governor Brown’s just-released 2016-17 May Revision represents a cautious and pragmatic budget proposal that maintains earlier commitments to education while exercising restraint in light of a slow-growth economy and an uncertain revenue future.
Letter to Senator Leno and Assemblymember Ting sharing the League’s position on the proposed 2016-17 California community college budget. | Read Letter
Governor Brown released his 2016-17 state budget proposal - one that embraces and builds upon California Community Colleges’ efforts to create a strong California workforce through responsive educational programs.
On November 18, the nonpartisan Legislative Analyst's Office (LAO) released the annual publication, California’s Fiscal Outlook.
Last week, the Senate and Assembly Appropriations Committees held their final hearings to determine which bills would move to their respective floors for final passage.
The Community College League of California is sponsoring AB 288 (Holden), the College & Career Access Pathways Act (CCAP Act), legislation to reduce statutory restrictions that limit the development of dual/concurrent enrollment partnerships, and promote concurrent enrollment partnerships tha