Fresno State graduate Ludie Olenchalk, center, takes a group selfie photo with Kreman School of Education and Human Development classmates before entering the Save Mart Center for the university’s 104th commencement May 16, 2015. A recent study says that CSU schools must graduate 2 million students between now and 2030 to meet California’s economic demands.
Fresno State graduate Ludie Olenchalk, center, takes a group selfie photo with Kreman School of Education and Human Development classmates before entering the Save Mart Center for the university’s 104th commencement May 16, 2015. A recent study says that CSU schools must graduate 2 million students between now and 2030 to meet California’s economic demands. CRAIG KOHLRUSS THE FRESNO BEE
Fresno State graduate Ludie Olenchalk, center, takes a group selfie photo with Kreman School of Education and Human Development classmates before entering the Save Mart Center for the university’s 104th commencement May 16, 2015. A recent study says that CSU schools must graduate 2 million students between now and 2030 to meet California’s economic demands. CRAIG KOHLRUSS THE FRESNO BEE

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