Pamela Burdman

Senior Project Director, WestEd

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Senior Project Director with WestEd, a San Francisco, California-based nonprofit specializing in educational research and development

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The 23  Cal-State University  campuses serve 450,000 students.  That's 100,000 more than a decade ago with $500 million less money.  Now, the budget crisis is likely to lead to …

Legislators Slash Budget, Cal State System Bleeds

The 23 Cal-State University campuses serve 450,000 students.  That's 100,000 more than a decade ago with $500 million less money.  Now, the budget crisis is likely to lead to …

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