CSU

4:52pm

Mon June 17, 2013
Education

Reconsidering California’s Master Plan for Higher Education

Governor Pat Brown signing the Donahoe Act implementing much of the Master Plan in 1960
via UCLA Faculty Association

 

 

For decades, California’s public university system has been a model for the world, and its prestige has helped to create much of the state’s prosperity. More recently the system has been stumbling – a victim of constant budget cutting, chronic overcrowding, and administrative gridlock.

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12:00am

Mon September 10, 2012
Politics

Today on Your Call: The State of Public Higher Education in California

On today’s Your Call, we’ll have a special two-hour live broadcast of Your Call from the City College of San Francisco.  We’ll talk about the state of higher education – in the first hour, exploring the role public universities play in California ’s economy, and in the second hour focusing on the crisis at CCSF.  Join the conversation in person at the Diego Rivera Theater on the CCSF campus, or tune in Monday at 10 am here on KALW, San Francisco.

Guests:

Daniel Newell, Job Development & Marketing Specialist San Jose State University Career Center

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12:14pm

Tue May 29, 2012
News Roundup

Connecting the Dots: Top news stories for Tuesday, May 29, 2012

Associated Press // The popularity of California’s 280 state parks may be a factor in why California legislators are developing bi-partisan legislation to them. Californians camped at 10,000 sites in state parks over the Memorial Day weekend, yet even a quarter of those parks are expected to close this July.

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