Funding Cuts Hurt Community College Access

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A new report shows student enrollment rates in California's community colleges have dropped to a 20-year low. According to the findings of the Public Policy Institute of California (PPIC), state funding cuts have severely affected whether students can access state education, and have hit returning students especially hard. We talk to the report's co-author about the other ways the funding cuts have impacted students.


Sarah Bohn, research fellow at the Public Policy Institute of California