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Education News

While some students stress about which path they may take after high school, guidance counselors are busy reminding them that myriad paths to success remain even if they will not be attending their college or university of choice.

Annually, the three colleges of the San Mateo Community College District (Skyline College, College of San Mateo and Cañada College), award institutional scholarships to new, continuing and transfer students.

Students at community colleges will soon be able to earn four-year degrees, as Gov. Jerry Brown just signed legislation to allow 15 college districts to take part in a pilot program for bachelor’s degrees.

All three students participated in an internship program for a year at the museum, for which they received CSM independent study course credit.

CSM showcases the curatorial projects of three Peninsula Museum of Art interns/former CSM students in the College Center: Eryn Espiritu, Diana McNutt and Justine Wuebold.

The 21st-century job market is demanding more four-year degrees and as a result, the some state legislators think it’s time for California community colleges to be able to add bachelor’s programs to meet this need.

California Community Colleges Chancellor Brice W. Harris issued a statement after the Assembly Higher Education Committee today passed SB 850 (Block), which would permit community colleges to offer baccalaureate degrees in limited circumstances

A love of language, her students and teaching have kept Teeka James, union leader for the local community colleges, at College of San Mateo for 17 years.

Half Moon Bay High School hosted its first-ever community college fair on Friday, drawing curious upperclassmen who may not want to commit to getting a four-year degree right after getting their high school diploma.

With improved economic times, San Mateo County Community College District board members unanimously decided Wednesday night to not renew a parcel tax that helps fund its colleges.