Senate President pro Tem Darrell Steinberg (D-Sacramento) discusses his online college course legislation with reporters at a Capitol news conference Wednesday. The event was streamed as a video conference via Google hangout.
The leader of the California Senate is proposing legislation that would provide online courses for credit at the state’s colleges and universities. As Ben Adler reports from Sacramento, the measure is both a work in progress – and a balancing act.
With California’s higher education system at capacity, the most popular courses fill up fast – especially courses students need to graduate. Richard Copenhagen is a College of Alameda student and president of the Student Senate for California Community Colleges.