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Early Commitment to College

The Early Commitment to College Program aims to improve college readiness among low income students.

Program Description

The Early Commitment to College Program is a voluntary program that was created by SB 890 on September 28, 2008. The California Department of Education (CDE) has designed a process and procedures for implementing Early Commitment with the California Education Round Table Intersegmental Coordinating Committee (ICC). External link opens in new window or tab. The purpose of Early Commitment is to improve college readiness and college enrollment rates among low income students and among students attending schools with the greatest poverty.

Early Commitment to College has the following major provisions:

By signing the “Save Me a Spot in College” Pledge, students and their parents or guardians would agree to:


For additional information, please visit the Campaign for College Opportunity. External link opens in new window or tab.

 

Questions: LeAnn Fong-Batkin | LFongBatkin@cde.ca.gov | 916-323-6134 
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