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.


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Out-of-Pocket College Costs Remain Unaffordable for Low-Income Californians, Strengthened State and Institutional Aid Can Help

Out-of-Pocket College Costs Remain Unaffordable for Low-Income Californians, Strengthened State and Institutional Aid Can Help

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Stronger Data Infrastructure Can Support California’s Efforts to Close Equity Gaps in College Access, Affordability, and Completion

Stronger Data Infrastructure Can Support California’s Efforts to Close Equity Gaps in College Access, Affordability, and Completion

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Reports

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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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Charting the Course for Redesigning Financial Aid in California

Charting the Course for Redesigning Financial Aid in California

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Blog Posts

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The Case for Including Financial Aid Data in the California Statewide Longitudinal Data System

The Case for Including Financial Aid Data in the California Statewide Longitudinal Data System

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Defining Priorities in the Time of COVID

Defining Priorities in the Time of COVID

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Coalition Work

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24 Groups Urge CA Legislature to Protect Students' Financial Aid During COVID-19

24 Groups Urge CA Legislature to Protect Students' Financial Aid During COVID-19

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Letter to California Legislative Committees Regarding Bureau for Private Postsecondary Education and COVID-19 Response

Letter to California Legislative Committees Regarding Bureau for Private Postsecondary Education and COVID-19 Response

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