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PD Editorial: Playing politics with student futures

There’s nothing subtle about the latest tactics employed by UC President Janet Napolitano to get money out of the state Legislature. It’s a take-no-prisoners approach....

March 5, 2015

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Should the University of California Cap It’s Pay at Half a Million?

California Assemblymember Roger Hernández, a Democrat representing West Covina, has introduced a bill that would put a $500,000 cap on the maximum allowable compensation paid to University of California employees....

March 5, 2015

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Op-Ed

Progress on the UC funding debate?

With state budget hearings upon us, where does the hostage crisis that began with UC regents threatening to hike student tuition by as much as 28 percent absent piles of additional state money stand today?...

March 5, 2015

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AM Alert: UC funding, nonresident enrollment scrutinized in oversight hearing

A 2011 state audit found huge disparities in the amount of money the University of California doles out to its ten campuses – from $12,309 per student at UC Santa Barbara to $55,186 per student at UC San Francisco – with the schools serving greater numbers of black and Latino students receiving less funding....

February 10, 2015

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