Monthly Archives: June 2015

Agriculture and early college mixing well in California’s Central Valley

California Economic Summit By Ed Coghlan June 16, 2015 Year One of an innovative workforce program in California’s Central Valley has just wrapped up and the results have implications both for California education and the state’s workforce. The college and … Continue reading

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$110 million in drought aid going to California, other Western states, White House says

Los Angeles Times By Matt Stevens June 12, 2015 California will receive tens of millions of dollars in new drought aid from the U.S. government that will provide relief for farmers, displaced workers and rural communities that have run out … Continue reading

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Task Force: Future of California economy depends on funding middle-skill job education

California Economic Summit By John Guenther June 12, 2015 There’s a broad consensus California needs to do something about creating more middle-class jobs and workers. But as always with vast challenges, the devil is in the details, like how to … Continue reading

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