Cabrillo College faculty lead effort to expose failings in new
The new course repeatability regulations, passed by the Community
College Board of Governors in July 2012, mean, in most cases,
that if students pass a class with a ‘C’ or higher, they can’t
take the class again. Many community college teachers see this
negatively impacting students who want to study, for example,
journalism, creative writing, foreign languages or visual arts.