Saturday, February 7, 2015

“Is six years really acceptable for getting through community college? For finishing what used to be called a two-year degree?” Oakley said. “I can’t accept it and I hope you won’t either.”

a UC Regent shocks the crowd, see: President Eloy Ortiz Oakley delivers State of Long Beach City College address includes:

He proposed to change how LBCC measures its success, first by using completion rates on a four-year timeline, and then moving to a three-year completion rate.

Oakley said LBCC must look at the way classes are scheduled, eliminate barriers to registration and revamp advising for incoming students.

As Oakley spoke Friday, it was clear the college’s transformation over the last several years will continue into the next decade.

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