Thursday, June 13, 2013

Gov. Jerry Brown's university plan is left unfinished in budget

That's what the headline in the LA Times says.  It goes on to say: [excerpt]

The final spending plan does not include the governor’s proposal to tie new money for public universities to specific requirements like improving graduation rates and increasing the number of transfer students from community colleges. Nor will the plan automatically cut funding if tuition is increased. The changes emerged after negotiations with lawmakers and officials at the University of California and California State University, who resisted much of Brown’s proposal. For now, universities will simply be required to track nine different benchmarks...

Full story at,0,6175034.story

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