California’s Online-Only Community College Is Flunking Out With LegislatorsJune 12, 2020 |
by Dustin Gardiner
SACRAMENTO — When California set aside $100 million to launch its first fully online community college, supporters led by then-Gov. Jerry Brown said the school would prepare adults stuck in dead-end careers for the modern workforce.
After two years of halting progress, state lawmakers facing a budget disaster and mounting complaints from faculty unions are pushing to scrap the college entirely.