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Giving Tuesday 2022

This Giving Tuesday 2022, EDGE would be honored to earn your support to advance shared prosperity for all Californians in the coming year. EDGE brings together business, labor, education, social justice, and workforce development organizations to address workforce shortages and

Career Technical Education (CTE) is a growing and vital training option in California. CTE provides students with a hands-on educational experience that ties academics to real world workplace training. EDGE prioritizes policy change and investments that strengthen CTE programs and

On September 30th, Governor Newsom took final action on all pending measures that were passed by the Legislature – a total of 1,166 bills. Of these bills, hundreds were signed into law that are considered to be some of the

In 2019, the CA EDGE Coalition proudly sponsored SB 554, which authorizes a community college district to allow an adult student pursuing a high school diploma or a high school equivalency certificate to simultaneously earn college credit – also known

On June 30th, Governor Gavin Newsom signed the 2022-23 State Budget – a total of $300 billion will be invested in the areas of education, workforce training, and economic recovery strategies that respond to the rising inflation crisis and other

Check out the new report from CAEP & High Road Alliance – Dual Enrollment in CA Adult Education & Community Colleges: Lessons & Opportunities. EDGE proudly sponsored SB 554, authored by Senator Roth & signed by Governor Gavin Newsom, in

AB 1746 by Assemblymembers Jose Medina and Kevin McCarty will be heard in the Senate Education Committee on Thursday, June 30th upon adjournment of session and we need your support! AB 1746 (Medina/McCarty) Cal Grant Reform would address long-standing structural inequities within the student financial aid

AB 1705 by Assemblymember Jacqui Irwin will be heard in the Senate Education Committee on Wednesday, June 22nd at 9:00 am and we need your support! AB 1705 (Irwin) aims to remove barriers to certificate and degree completion by ending lengthy remedial sequences

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