California Legislative Analyst’s Office urges creation of commission to oversee higher education
“Taking away (the California Postsecondary Education Commission) abolished an important information source that had already been weakened by budget cuts,” Orfield said.
The Governor’s elimination of the California Postsecondary Education Commission earlier this year could pave the way to create a far more effective organization in the future, the LAO report stated.
recall: "We believe there is a potential conflict of interest in relying on (the institutions) for permission," according to the new report.
and this happy thought: College for today’s newborns could cost as much as $422K
(is financial aid a form of public funding? why or why not? those are questions you have to ask yourself -the answers will tell you where you stand in this labyrinth...)