A community college is a two-year institution of higher learning that provides educational opportunities and programs for people who are not undergraduate students but want to improve their knowledge in various subjects of study. Many studies have found that the cost of attending such an institution is less than one year at a four-year university, making it perfect for people who want to earn their degree but who cannot afford to pay more than a few thousand dollars per year.
Miller, Alistair G., and Mark Schneider. “Basic Facts About Community Colleges.” The National Center for Education Statistics. April 28, 2016.
OK, so this article is quite old and not recent but it still serves as a basic overview of what community colleges are and what they do. We will expand on this in later posts but I found this article really great because it offers a lot of useful facts that we can use in our paper. Log in to AccessBCC using this address.
Watts, Pierre, and Alan J. Hawkins. “Disadvantaged black students’ college experiences: perceptions of obstacles from the perspectives of community college teachers.” Journal Of Negro Education 53.3 (1984): 265-73.
This article is about the experiences that black students face when enrolling in a community college and what might be done to improve their chances of success. I found this research very useful because it mostly deals with an issue that I have encountered while communicating with other writers. It is basically a good read that talks much about the cultural differences between blacks and whites (I am not saying racial because I believe race isn’t real) which will allow us to further expand our research on “The struggle for success by disadvantaged minorities”.
Nong, S. Leepun. “Microquantum scale Quantum simulation of photoacoustic dynamics in mesoscopic media.” Nature Physics 8.3 (2012): 214-8
I do not know much about quantum physics but I was able to find a cool article that used a quantum simulator to show how light can be used to generate sound waves without using any electronic equipment. I think that this is pretty interesting and we should definitely include this in our paper because it explores a totally different area of science.
Hearne, Thomas G., John R. Milius, William B. Turley III, Oren Froyd, Catherine McManus-Gonzalez, and Cale E.
California is a great state for students. It has diverse populations, and a college education or university degree can make all the difference in whether you are able to find a well-paying job or even find a job at all! With so many colleges to choose from, it can be difficult to know which one is best for you. That’s why we’ve compiled this list of the best community colleges in California where you will get your education with an affordable tuition cost and smaller class sizes.
Although statistics show that college graduates in California are still struggling with math, the state continues to invest in math and science education. The California Department of Education is working to provide needs-based financial aid for students pursuing degrees in math and science.
According to the United States Census Bureau, California has the largest population of minorities living in the United States, making it a vital market for businesses looking to expand into. With so many opportunities available in this state, why would you not want to attend a community college where you can earn a degree and start your career?
We all know that students who are engaged are more likely to succeed. California has created a system of engagement in order to help students succeed.
Research and development:
The California budget includes an increase in funding for research and development at University of California campuses. California is focused on helping businesses succeed and is not afraid to put money into research and development.
The state of California funds the California State University to have a social work program. The social work program is a great way to get your education while paying less than $25,000 in tuition.