Community college chief wants police training changes
California’s extensive community college system is responsible for helping train a huge number of the state’s police officers. Eloy Ortiz Oakley, the system’s chancellor, wants to change the curriculum to help fight racism.

In North Carolina, state Senate lawmakers advance enrollment growth funding for community colleges
Many people are out of work due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and the bill passed this week by the Senate appropriations committee is essential to helping community colleges, which are responsible for training much of the state’s workforce, according to the Republican chair of the committee.

California community colleges could see huge change in athletic schedule
San Gabriel Valley Tribune
The process of getting athletics underway at two-year colleges throughout California is starting to take shape. If last week’s California Community College Athletic Association’s board of directors meeting was any indication, it’s not going be straightforward.

Ventura County community college chancellor shares 12-point plan for virtual fall semester
As the coronavirus pandemic threatens to persist, Chancellor Greg Gillespie shared a 12-point “operational framework” for continued distance learning with district managers, faculty and staff.

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