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  • 04/24/2019 3:39 PM | Cheryl Casagrande (Administrator)

    California’s newest college will blend online and face-to-face job trainingSchool CEO says college will get a new name to reflect its mission.

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    Heather Hiles, the first president and CEO of California's online community college.

    Even before it debuts its first classes in the fall, the California Online Community College will get a new name, says its president and CEO Heather Hiles.

    That’s because the school’s title needs to better reflect its goal of offering in-person as well as online job training for adults and to let the public know “what you are talking about,” she said.

    “The mission is to help people who are underemployed get fully employed. And to use whatever technology and resources are required to make that mandate a reality,” said Hiles, who started in February as the college’s president and CEO 

    Hiles said it is premature to say what the new name will be. But whatever the title, the institution — which is expected to receive at least $240 million over the next seven years — won’t be like any traditional college. It won’t have a set course catalog, distinct academic departments, grade point system or a student body recruited from the general public to earn an associate degree.

    Instead, it will be a technological support and educational delivery system in job training for adult workers without college degrees who are starting jobs or trying to advance, according to Hiles. Employers will have a big say in what is taught and where. Those firms will be expected to subsidize costs so students won’t pay any tuition. 

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  • 04/11/2019 2:46 PM | Cheryl Casagrande (Administrator)

    The Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development archived presentation of The New Three Rs: Trauma-Invested Strategies for Fostering Resilient Learners is now available on demand.

    Childhood trauma significantly affects students, their learning, and the adults in their lives. In this webinar, Kristin Souers and Pete Hall, coauthors of Relationship, Responsibility, and Regulation: Trauma-Invested Strategies for Fostering Resilient Learners, educate on the importance of trauma-invested practices in the school setting.

    Learn how to address the students’ needs instead of becoming focused on  how students show those needs through their behavior. The presenters provide an introduction to the New Three Rs (Relationship, Responsibility, and Regulation) and through that lens provide strategies to address student need.


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