Data shows growing inequality across Los Angeles Community College District schools due to the implementation of AB 705 by the California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office.
East Los Angeles College’s Mathematics, Engineering, Science and Achievement Program advises students on what to consider when selecting a transfer school.
Assembly Bill 1705 is making its way through the California state legislature and if passed, will require new community college students to start in transfer English and Math courses.
The Math Engineering Science Achievement program hosted a livestream on Monday to present a guide students can use when applying for internships.
Some East Los Angeles College students are having trouble understanding their math professors because of language barriers
Having math courses be required to graduate is wrong and it’s not helpful. At East Los Angeles College (ELAC), one of the requirements needed to graduate is to complete Math 125 or higher. These higher levels of math are usually very complicated and will serve no purpose to most students in their everyday lives. I’m a person who is not the biggest fan of math; in fact, I passionately hate…
Math is one of the hardest subjects to grasp and bears the reputation of being the most hated, which is why Assembly Bill 705 shouldn’t have been implemented.
The news that the Learning Assistance Center will no longer be having tutoring appointments for Math or English, left them feeling blindsided since they had no warning about the change.
By Gustavo Buenrostro East Los Angeles College has completed the latest addition to the campus with the new math and science building. “The building is nice. The open space makes it feel less like a community college and more like a university. It’s fancy,” said student Vivian Reyes. Reyes also says that the lighting makes students more motivated to study and come to school. Students in science classes especially appreciate…
By Gustavo Buenrostro Many students constantly struggle in math and the majority of them put blame on the teacher. However, teachers don’t necessarily seem to be the problem. In fact, students are usually the ones to blame for their low and even failing tests, whether they’re in math or another subject they struggle with. Students even admit to their own failures as a student. Some might say, “They’re not taking…