California's Downfall: Obama's Stimulus Funding Is a Lifeline, But What about Next Year?

  • John Douglass
Keywords: Economics of Higher Education, Financing and Funding, Public Higher Education, United States of America

Abstract

California's famed public higher education system is undergoing a significant redefinition, driven solely by severe budget cuts. The state's tripartite system (the University of California, the California State University, and a network of nearly 110 community colleges) faces a daunting challenges in terms of access, time-to-degree, degree production, and the morale of faculty and staff at public universities and colleges. Though, currently, no consensus or political leadership appears to solve the long-term consequences, a debate on the next logical phase of California's higher education is necessary.
Published
2011-03-25
How to Cite
Douglass, J. (2011). California’s Downfall: Obama’s Stimulus Funding Is a Lifeline, But What about Next Year?. International Higher Education, (62). https://doi.org/10.6017/ihe.2011.62.8524
Section
Countries and Regions