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Chancellor Sonya Christian Has Big Plans for California Community Colleges

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 (Photo courtesy of Sonya Christian)

Earlier this year Sonya Christian became the first woman chancellor of the California Community Colleges, the largest higher education system in the country serving 1.9 million students across 116 colleges. We’ll talk to Christian about her plans to address declining enrollment, ease transfers from community college to the UC and Cal State systems and create more community college baccalaureate degree programs. And we’ll hear from you: what did you gain from your community college education? What would you change about California’s system?


Sonya Christian, chancellor, California Community Colleges - Website URL: https://sonyachristianblog.com/


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