STATEMENT BY AUDREY DOW, SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT, CAMPAIGN FOR COLLEGE OPPORTUNITY
TO THE CSU BOARD OF TRUSTEES LONG BEACH, CALIFORNIA WEDNESDAY, MAY 24, 2017
Good morning Trustees, Presidents and Chancellor White, On behalf of the Campaign for College Opportunity, we stand with you in calling on the Governor and legislature to provide sufficient funding for the CSU to support all eligible students and to meet the goals of the graduation initiative. We also applaud your vision to eliminate remedial education in the CSU. But, I’m here today to express our strong opposition, along with that of 22 civil rights, business, and community leaders, including MALDEF, the LA Urban League, and the CA Business Roundtable, to the decision to require intermediate algebra for nine transfer degrees. And if you have not received a copy of our coalition letter, I have copies with me. Read More.