Wednesday, November 11, 2009

Rick Cabral | California State University System Plans for 10 Percent Enrollment Reductions

Rick Cabral, Truthout: "California is quickly losing its once-brilliant luster for its commitment to higher education with the announcement that the California State University (CSU) system plans to cut student enrollment by almost 10 percent in the face of a $564 million shortfall next fiscal year. This means 40,000 California students over a three-year period must look elsewhere for their higher education. Meanwhile, applications to CSU by secondary and community college transfer students this fall have risen off the charts."

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