Fall enrollment surges at most Calif. community colleges

09/12/2013 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

The majority of community colleges in California are reporting higher fall enrollments than last year. Most of the colleges surveyed -- 84% -- said they are adding more classes to accommodate the growth. Chancellor Brice W. Harris credits the growth to Proposition 30, a measure approved by voters last November that increased some income and sales taxes to pay for education.

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