California community college officials are looking into whether students are being charged improper fees to access online courses at campuses across the state, reports the San Francisco Chronicle.

"If the fees are not valid, the chancellor's office will direct the colleges to cease and desist the practice, and provide direction on how to proceed," said Paige Marlatt Dorr, spokeswoman for Jack Scott, chancellor of the 112-college system…

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