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

Jack Scott on KCRW

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

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