Thursday, October 23, 2014

"The University of California in particular needs to cut lavish salaries paid to bureaucrats, and spend more to develop, attract and retain great teachers."

that is from an op ed in Sac Bee: Jerry Brown has a huge opportunity, assuming he wins his fourth term, and we do
the New Post Bac Revenue Stream? see:
New post-bac at Berkeley may be hottest ticket to grad school
“We get you the right classes with top scientists in their field, the right research experience, personalized advising and, if you do well, genuine, positive letters of recommendation,” Fisher said. “We’re custom-wrapping with a bow on top what you need to get into grad school.”

and UCLA Fac Blog had this on Prop 2 Now, Props 1 and 2 ads feature some Cal folk - Tyson from Haas

Brown’s message goes to what his team calls a “core California narrative” — “our schools and water project built our wealth, and made us great.”

Another spot called “Roller Coaster” stars Tyson, the former chair of the President’s Council of Economic Advisers. She says that “the roller coaster in California always seems to go up and down between boom and bust.” The two ballot measures, she says, “smooth out the ride.”

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