Community Colleges Give Lower Priority To Students Who Repeat Courses

January 26th, 2011

A proposal would cut off access to California community college students who linger too long. A state legislative¬†report recommended giving first-time students a higher priority for class registration, capping the number of taxpayer-subsidized units that students can take and limiting the number of times students can repeat certain courses on the state’s dime – moves that could save an estimated $235 m


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  1. I may say I’m backing up this proposal. Sometimes students lingering too long on studies shouldn’t continue on college. But my point here is what are the reasons of their failures. There are students who are really hard-working but they are really weak, these kind of students should be helped. I don’t want to shut their dreams because they are diligent in studying but it’s not that easy for them.

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