The Reporter: Community colleges consider changing priority

By Sarah Rohrs/ Times-Herald, Vallejo

With state funds for higher education growing more scarce, some community college students may have a harder time getting into classes.

A newly released California Community Colleges Board of Governors plan would reward students with clear academic goals by giving them first crack at classes.

The board also gave final approval to regulations that prevent students from repeating classes they have already passed, said Paul Feist in the California Community Colleges Chancellor’s office.

Both changes would be put into place at Solano Community College and Napa Valley College if they won final state board approvals in September.

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