Jack Scott

former Chancellor of the California Community Colleges

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Former Chancellor of the California Community Colleges, and former state Senator and Assemblyman from the Pasadena area

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In the 1960s, California made a pledge to its young people: if you wanted a college education, you could get one, starting with Community College.

Students Taking Longer to Earn Degrees from Community Colleges

In the 1960s, California made a pledge to its young people: if you wanted a college education, you could get one, starting with Community College.

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The State Assembly and Senate still haven't passed a budget, but they have cracked down on abuses of public trust by local officials, at the same time they're ending this year's…

The Legislature Adjourns with Unfinished Business

The State Assembly and Senate still haven't passed a budget, but they have cracked down on abuses of public trust by local officials, at the same time they're ending this year's…

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