Monday, October 12, 2015

And yet another veto

From the Daily Californian: Gov. Jerry Brown announced Wednesday his decision to veto a bill, SB 42, that would have established a new agency to oversee all higher education in the state. The bill would have created an Office of Higher Education Performance and Accountability, or OHEPA, to advise the governor and legislature on goals for higher education, and an advisory board to review the performance of this office. SB 42 passed the Senate and the Assembly in early September. The office would have served as a replacement for the California Postsecondary Education Commission, or CPEC, which was the state’s independent agency for higher education policy planning, research and analysis for 40 years prior to its defunding in 2011...

Full story at

The vetoed bill is at

The governor's veto message is at

Finally, the defunct CPEC seems to have a shadowy existence in the sense that it still has an official state website:

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