California is falling short of producing the college graduates it will need to replace retiring baby boomers and fill the expanding number of jobs requiring degrees. Money is one problem, but so is stubborn resistance to the flexibility needed to fill the gap as education bureaucrats protect their turf.
California is falling short of producing the college graduates it will need to replace retiring baby boomers and fill the expanding number of jobs requiring degrees. Money is one problem, but so is stubborn resistance to the flexibility needed to fill the gap as education bureaucrats protect their turf. Damian Dovarganes Associated Press file
California is falling short of producing the college graduates it will need to replace retiring baby boomers and fill the expanding number of jobs requiring degrees. Money is one problem, but so is stubborn resistance to the flexibility needed to fill the gap as education bureaucrats protect their turf. Damian Dovarganes Associated Press file

Academic turf wars block access as California faces college gap

April 22, 2017 04:00 PM

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