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“If we want to be less performative and more action oriented, we need to listen to the community and to students and let them guide our work,” Miguel Leon said. Learn more from Education Trust-West’s 2022 Education Equity Forum
How Creative Commons Is Empowering Open Educational Resources Advocates in the California Community College System
Creative Commons will build upon past Spark Grants in the Bay Area to expand capacity in this region by empowering 15 educators, librarians, and others within the CCC system to attend the Creative Commons Certificate Bootcamp.
California’s Best Practices reinforce the idea that students deserve equitable access to quality face-to-face education, as well as student support services, regardless of location. Learn more about the three stages of recommendations from several of the authors.
How Higher Education Transformed the Director of UC Berkeley Underground Scholars’ Life, Who Is Now Transforming the Lives of Hundreds of Justice-Impacted Scholars
As the Director of UC Berkeley’s Underground Scholars, Zohrabi directly supports their work to make higher education in the UC system accessible to incarcerated, formerly incarcerated, and system impacted students with a focus on recruitment, retention, advocacy, and wellness.
The Michelson 20MM Foundation, California Community Foundation, and Silicon Valley Community Foundation Bring Philanthropy Together to Launch Digital Equity Pooled Fund
The Digital Equity Pooled Fund is thrilled to announce that The Utility Reform Network (TURN) and The Center for Accessible Technology (CforAT) will comprise the fund’s inaugural cohort of funded partners.
“Nudge texting” helps inform students about upcoming deadlines and support programs such as SNAP benefits and financial aid. The idea is to use low-cost, text-based interventions to positively influence student behavior as they pursue their education.