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The High-Quality Learning Conditions Needed To Support Students of Color and Immigrants at California Community Colleges. Policy Report.
California Tomorrow, a non-profit research organization that supports the development of a fair and inclusive multicultural society, conducted this study. The research sought to answer three questions: (1) What are the experiences of Latino, African American, Asian, Native American, white, and immigrant students in the community college system, and what are the systemic barriers and supports they encounter? (2) What strategies are being used for the recruitment, outreach, guidance, and support of traditionally underrepresented students, and what is the perceived success of these strategies? And (3) what forms of professional development and support do faculty and staff need and find useful to help them respond more effectively to the needs of these students?
Author/Creator: California Tomorrow, San Francisco
Date Published: 04-01
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Paper presented at the California Joint Legislation Committee (Sacramento, CA, April 2002). Also supported by the John Randolph and Dora Haynes Foundation./ Funding: Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, New York, NY. James G. Irvine Foundation, San Francisco, CA. California Univ., Oakland. Office of the President. California Community Colleges, Sacramento. Office of the Chancellor. Ford Foundation, New York, NY.
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