Governor Newsom Announces Cross-Sector Partnerships to Support Distance Learning and Bridge the Digital Divide

Governor announces commitments from companies, business leaders, and philanthropists to provide Internet access for hundreds of thousands of households and laptops, Chromebooks, and tablets for over 70,000 students The California … Read More

UCLA Voting Rights Project Urges Congress And States To Consider A Universal Vote by Mail Program Amid Coronavirus Pandemic

White paper launched today raises voter turnout concerns for the November election amid the current public health crisis, particularly for underserved groups. The UCLA Voting Rights project released a white … Read More

For 100 Years, Inland Career Education Center Has been Helping Improve Lives Through Education And Career Development

Nationally, about 2.8 million adults enrolled in for-profit colleges and technical schools during the 2014–2015 academic year, according to the National Center for Education Statistics. For some, the benefits outweigh … Read More