|It could be worse for California|
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UC would not be much affected by this bill if the governor signs it. Possibly, a few potential transfer students who might otherwise have finished their 4-year degree at a UC campus won't do so. CSU would likely be more affected. The bill does seem, however, to be a kind of ad hoc fiddling with the Master Plan. The Master Plan, which was developed largely at the behest of the governor's father, was designed to define and coordinate the three higher ed segments. While it is often said that the Master Plan ought to be revisited, no such revisiting seems to have occurred in birthing this bill.
Will Jerry Brown sign the bill? What would his daddy do?
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