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Thursday, January 5, 2012

Thursday, January 5, 2012

Higher Ed to be Cut Again Unless Ballot Measures Pass

Same goes for welfare, child care aid, and K-12, as announced by Gov. Jerry Brown at his press conference on his 2012-13 budget.

2 comments:

AndrewD said...

Although there is a net increase in general funds proposed for UC of about ~$300 M, a significant part of that (~$200 M) is simply moving the responsibility for repaying debt service directly to UC.

If the ballot measure fails to pass, a cut of $200 M is proposed for UC, which will result in a net loss (relative to the terrible 2011-12 budget).

AndrewD said...

And of course, this is nothing like the $411 M increase outlined in the budget approved by the Regents last November!

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