Report 90-13: Analysis of the 1990-91 Governor's Budget: A Staff Report to the California Postsecondary Education Commission
Published by The California Postsecondary Education CommissionMarch 1990View Full Publication
This report provides the staff's analysis of the proposed Governor's 1990-91 Budget for the State of California. The analysis provides (1) a discussion on pages 1-2 of the major budget issues facing the Governor and the Legislature in constructing the 1990-91 State budget, (2) a brief overview on page 3 of the Governor's proposed funding priorities, and (3) a summary on pages 7-22 of the proposed budgets for K-12, the public postsecondary education segments, and the State's higher education agencies. It includes the findings and the recommendations of the Legislative Analyst's report on the 1990-91 Budget Bill and an analysis on pages 19-20 of the postsecondary education proposals for capital outlay projects for the 1990-91 fiscal year. Over the next several months, as the Governor's Budget is discussed and negotiated, the Commission staff will actively participate in the debate on the key fiscal and policy issues affecting postsecondary education. On pages 4-5, the report identifies some of these issues, which include (1) future enrollment growth in higher education, (2) full funding of the base budgets and enrollment growth in California's public colleges and universities, (3) level of faulty, staff and administrators compensation, (4) expanding student financial assistance, and (5) funding the needs of adult education. The Administration and Liaison Committee of the Commission discussed this report at its meeting on March 5, 1990.
Related Topics: Budgeting and Financing of Higher Education
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