Politics & Government

August 27, 2014 5:55 PM

California weighs community college baccalaureates to close degree gap

Driven by shifts in technology and educational expectations across industries, California’s higher education leaders know they face an unexpected economic challenge just six years after the recession ravaged the state’s workforce: a potential shortage by 2025 of 1 million bachelor’s degrees.

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