EdSource Today: Community colleges move closer to rationing enrollment

By Kathryn Baron

With so many students vying for a shrinking number of classes at community colleges, the California Community Colleges Board of Governors is on its way to offering priority registration as a way of motivating students to develop and pursue an educational goal. At a public hearing in Sacramento this week, the Board agreed to put the issue up for a vote at its next meeting in September.

Under existing regulations, several groups of students are already allowed to jump to the front of the line: active duty military and veterans, former and current foster youth, disabled students, and students in the Extended Opportunity Programs and Services (EOPS), for low-income, struggling students.

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