Dan LaVista

Los Angeles Community College District

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Chancellor of the Los Angeles Community College District; former Executive Director of the State Council of Higher Education for Virginia

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California's  Master Plan for Higher Education  says community colleges should be open to any high school graduate who can benefit from instruction.

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California's Master Plan for Higher Education says community colleges should be open to any high school graduate who can benefit from instruction.

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