Together We Reach Higher
Higher education is key—for Californians seeking economic and social mobility, for a state that is serious about creativity and innovation. To support accelerated and equitable student success across our communities, we must collaborate as never before, ensuring that our K-12 and higher education segments work as a system that provides clear, connected, powerful pathways to the future.
California can lead the world in how we serve our students
Making it possible for more students from every background and community to reach for their aspirations and fulfill their promise is essential to the vision of California for All. The Governor’s Council for Post-Secondary Education convenes leaders advising ways to:
- Connect the experience—aligning segments from kindergarten to post-secondary to build a more coherent, navigable, and efficient learning ecosystem for all students
- Expand the opportunity—disrupting persistent inequities to foster new access and achievement among students of color, low-income students, and first-generation college goers
- See the success—supporting student persistence, degree attainment, and entry to high-opportunity occupations
Recovery with Equity
Defining strategies, policies, and practices to help California’s post-secondary institutions emerge from the pandemic stronger and better poised to serve all students. The Recovery with Equity Taskforce presents eleven actionable recommendations.
Fresno K-16 Collaborative
Redesigning how regions collaborate on educational and workforce systems to develop integrative models that help ensure learners of all types can attain degrees in high-opportunity industries.
Our work is student-centered, equity-driven, and guided by data
It prioritizes opportunities that follow the student, improve access and social supports for the most vulnerable, reduce costs and student debt, maximize options available to students, take into account regional education and workforce needs, and affirm the value of college going.
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