CIP Long Beach Transitions to Hybrid Learning

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Head Student Advisor Erin Green meets with a student outside a local Starbucks for a weekly assessment Friday, Sept. 4, 2020. CIP Long Beach, an academic center that offers support programs for college-age students on the autism spectrum and other learning differences, has transitioned to hybrid learning courses for its fall term. (Hunter Lee, Press-Telegram/SCNG)

From the Long Beach Press-Telegram:
 
CIP Long Beach, an academic center that offers support programs for college-age students on the autism spectrum and other learning differences, has transitioned to hybrid learning courses for its fall term.

The center officially began its semester on Aug. 10, currently hosting 36 students, but is still welcoming prospective students to sign up at their convenience.

“If students didn’t enroll in August, because we are still in the middle of a pandemic, then we wanted to allow them that comfort to sign up in October or November,” said Interim Program Director Crystal Hayes.

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