Adopted in 1960, California’s Master Plan for higher education guarantees a place in college for every state resident who can benefit. The historic blueprint produced systems and programs that have served as models for other states and for countries across the globe.


Press Releases & Statements

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Even After Legislative Intervention Many California Students Continue to Enroll in Remedial Coursework

Even After Legislative Intervention Many California Students Continue to Enroll in Remedial Coursework

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TICAS Statement on the Cal Grant Reform Act (AB 1746)

TICAS Statement on the Cal Grant Reform Act (AB 1746)

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Reports

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Dreams Dashed: California Colleges Where Many Borrow But Few Repay

Dreams Dashed: California Colleges Where Many Borrow But Few Repay

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What’s Aid Got to Do With It? The Importance of Incorporating Financial Aid Data in California’s Cradle-to-Career Data System

What’s Aid Got to Do With It? The Importance of Incorporating Financial Aid Data in California’s Cradle-to-Career Data System

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Blog Posts

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Update on the Bureau for Private Postsecondary Education Sunset Review

Update on the Bureau for Private Postsecondary Education Sunset Review

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Exciting Higher Education Data Milestones in the California Budget

Exciting Higher Education Data Milestones in the California Budget

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Coalition Work

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A Stronger Cal Grant is the Key to Meeting California’s College Attainment and Equity Goals

A Stronger Cal Grant is the Key to Meeting California’s College Attainment and Equity Goals

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Coalition Letter on Strengthening California's Cal Grant Program

Coalition Letter on Strengthening California's Cal Grant Program

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