Summer school classes return to California community colleges
SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- There is some good news for 2.4 million students attending California's community colleges.
Summer classes were cut by 60 percent when the economy went south. Now those classes are coming back.
A number of campuses are now looking to add classes, rather than cut them, thanks to the tax increase from Proposition 30 and an additional $210 million expected by colleges in the coming year.
economy, school cuts, education
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