AB 743

ASSEMBLY APPROVES BLOCK BILL TO STREAMLINE ASSESSMENTS FOR COMMUNITY COLLEGE ADMISSIONS

 

June 6, 2011 (Sacramento) -- The method for assessing skills of incoming community college students will become more efficient and less costly to taxpayers under a bill approved by the California State Assembly. AB 743 by local Demcratic Assemblyman Marty Block (AD-78), chair of the Higher Education Committee, establishes a standardized assessment system at the California Community Colleges for the purpose of placing and advising students, and promoting uniform assessment across all campuses.


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BLOCK’S BILL TO ESTABLISH COMMUNITY COLLEGE ASSESSMENT WINS UNANIMOUS SUPPORT

 

Standardized Assessment Would Save $4 Million in Testing Costs and Increase the Number of Students Assessed by 2.2 Million

March 30, 2011 – In an effort to increase efficiencies in California’s higher education system and boost student success, Assemblymember Marty Block (AD-78) announced that his community college student assessment legislation has been approved by the Assembly Higher Education Committee on a unanimous vote.


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