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A CCCCO spokesperson said in an email that California community college applications had increased for the fall semester at Wiley College, Stillman College, Philander Smith College and Tuskegee University as a result of the partnership.
Two years after that first law passed, two more regulations, approved by the CCCCO rather than a new state statute, enlarged the original language of the law.
For nearly fifty years now, the seventy-two community college districts have been required to abide by the CCCCO's "minimum standards" and codes, but, besides that, they've pretty much done as they've pleased.
This year, for example, the CCCCO released a new statewide strategic plan for the whole system as well as twenty-two recommendations for improvements that, if followed, could do a great deal of good.
(13) In a similar vein, almost 60 percent of the CCCCO student survey respondents were enrolled in distance courses because they "enjoy learning on a computer." (14)
This report draws from a recent EdSource study that was commissioned by the California Community Colleges Chancellor's Office (CCCCO) to provide a deeper understanding of the system's challenges and opportunities related to developmental education.
These helped pave the way for the state's Basic Skills Initiative (BSI) and greater public reporting of basic skills outcomes through the new "Basic Skills Accountability Report" (CCCCO, 2009).
The California Community Colleges Chancellor's Office (CCCCO) Statewide Advisory Committee for Career Development provides information and counseling to assist the Chancellor's Office in areas related to career development professionals and programs.