Friday, January 11, 2013

Jerry Brown wants changes at state university systems (LA Times)
     Gov. Jerry Brown said he will attend meetings of the University of California Board of Regents and California State University Board of Trustees later this month to pressure the systems to change their ways and hold the line on student tuition....

More money, more accountability for community colleges (EdSource)
     Gov. Brown’s spending plan for community colleges reflects the new focus in the state’s 112-campus community college system on increasing graduation and transfer rates through a combination of technology, smoother pathways to Cal State University and, for students, tough love....

Gov. Jerry Brown's budget plan offers more money for California's colleges and universities (Contra Costa Times)
     Gov. Jerry Brown's budget plan announced Thursday morning gives California's colleges and universities good news for the first time in years.
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     The state's community colleges would receive $197 million more in general-purpose funds next year – money that will allow colleges to restore thousands of classes, said California Community Colleges Chancellor Brice Harris….

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