Wednesday, July 20, 2016

California Community Colleges get new chancellor (OC Register)
     Eloy Ortiz Oakley, a nationally recognized innovator in public education, will become the next chancellor of the California Community Colleges and the first Latino to hold the post.
Oakley, superintendent-president of the Long Beach Community College District since 2007, was unanimously selected Monday by the Board of Governors of the 113-college system that serves 2.1 million students in 72 districts.
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     Oakley succeeds Brice W. Harris, who retired in April after nearly four years as chancellor. Oakley will take over from the interim chancellor, Erik E. Skinner, on Dec. 19.

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