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Date Press Release
09/01/2011 K-12 teacher professional development projects awarded $3.5 million   This document in is PDF format
02/19/2011 National higher education expert to address strategies in California education finance   This document in is PDF format
12/03/2010 State higher education commission to discuss work on student success and college affordability   This document in is PDF format
12/03/2010 State higher education commission to discuss work on student success and college affordability   This document in is PDF format
09/21/2010 State higher education agency releases enrollment projections for California's independent universities   This document in is PDF format
09/15/2010 K-12 teacher professional development projects awarded $9 million   This document in is PDF format
08/03/2010 $1 million state grants will help teachers improve student achievement   This document in is PDF format
06/07/2010 State chancellors report progress on simplifying college transfer   This document in is PDF format
03/22/2010 Higher education experts discuss 10-year projections on enrollment and capacity issues at Capitol Briefing on March 25   This document in is PDF format
03/08/2010 State projections show California needs to prepare for 400,000 additional students by 2019   This document in is PDF format
03/08/2010 State higher education panel to discuss the Master Plan for Higher Education, transfer, and university fees   This document in is PDF format
02/16/2010 Stephen A. Arditti appointed to California Postsecondary Education Commission   This document in is PDF format
12/09/2009 California State University Undergraduate Demand Projections, 2009-2019   This document in is PDF format
10/08/2009 CPEC grants help address the achievement gap in middle schools   This document in is PDF format
10/08/2009 USC-Paramount school district partnership receives $993,735 to address achievement gap   This document in is PDF format
10/08/2009 CCSU Northridge-LAUSD partnership receives $1 million to address achievement gap   This document in is PDF format
10/08/2009 UCLA-LAUSD partnership receives $1 million to address achievement gap in elementary schools   This document in is PDF format
10/08/2009 CSU Sacramento-Sacramento City USD partnership receives $986,120 to address achievement gap   This document in is PDF format
10/08/2009 UC Riverside partnership with San Bernardino school district receives $999,033 to address achievement gap   This document in is PDF format
10/08/2009 University of the Pacific-Marysville school district partnership receives $999,820 to address achievement gap   This document in is PDF format
10/07/2009 CPEC grants will help teachers develop projects to improve learning at their schools   This document in is PDF format

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