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The Barriers of Textbook Costs at Hispanic-Serving Institutions: A Q&A with Dr. Jacob Jenkins, CAopenEd’s Founding Director
How do textbook costs impact students from historically marginalized backgrounds at Hispanic-Serving Institutions? Dr. Jacob Jenkins, Founding Director of the California Alliance for Open Education, examines this and more.
Recently, a historic investment was made to ensure that every American has access to reliable, high-speed internet. But what does all this mean, where has some of this money already gone, and how do we ensure that equity is at the forefront of how these dollars are spent?
As the Department of Education reinstates Pell Grant eligibility for incarcerated students in July of 2023, the amount of students who will now qualify for federal funding will increase and so will the need for more faculty.
COVID-19 Increased Housing Insecurity Among Formerly Incarcerated Students–Project Rebound’s Toolkit Can Help
Within the CSU system, Project Rebound students are particularly vulnerable to housing insecurity. To support students and the increased demand for affordable housing, Project Rebound will expand its student-centered housing support model via a Michelson Spark Grant.
California Justice Leaders Alumnus Changing the World by Supporting Justice-Involved Young Adults in His Community
We are proud to celebrate Oscar Canales, a 2020 Impact Justice California Justice Leaders alumnus. Oscar, who has been directly impacted by the justice system, currently serves as a Community Health Worker for the Anti-Recidivism Coalition.
By Miguel Leon This week, at a ranch in Temecula, California, tribal leaders from throughout the state will meet to discuss how to establish and maintain their own broadband networks with the ultimate goal of connecting their communities to the internet. Through a...