John Douglass

University of California, Berkeley

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Senior Research Fellow at the Center for Studies in Higher Education at the University of California, Berkeley, and author of The California Idea and American Higher Education: 1850 to the 1960 Master Plan

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The UC Board of Regents approved a controversial tuition increase today. Under the plan, fees would go up as much as five percent each year for the next five years.

The Tuition is Too Damn High

The UC Board of Regents approved a controversial tuition increase today. Under the plan, fees would go up as much as five percent each year for the next five years.

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Education is the subject of two propositions on next week's ballot.  Proposition 30  is supported by Governor Brown.

Props 30 and 38: A High-Stakes Election for Public Education

Education is the subject of two propositions on next week's ballot. Proposition 30 is supported by Governor Brown.

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