Hans Johnson

Public Policy Institute of California

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Co-Director of Research and senior fellow at the Public Policy Institute of California

Hans Johnson on KCRW

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Public University Funding in CA

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Fifty-three years ago, the  Master Plan for Higher Education  promised that America's finest public university system would be available to California high school students who…

Out-of-State Admissions at UC Continue to Rise

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