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Report 90-27: Legislative Priorities of the Commission, 1991: A Report of the California Postsecondary Education Commission

Published by The California Postsecondary Education Commission

December 1990

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Each year the Commission adopts legislative priorities designed to guide Commission staff in representing the Commission in the legislative process. Based on its current policies and recommendations, the Commission has adopted the following six priorities for legislative action in 1991:

  • Expanding information and outreach efforts to increase college preparation;
  • Promoting educational equity;
  • Enhancing the quality of undergraduate teaching;
  • Encouraging student choices among alternative public, independent, and private postsecondary options;
  • Strengthening the transfer process; and
  • Supporting constitutional reforms to eliminate existing budget constraints.
Staff will use these priorities as guidelines for liaison with the Legislature and the Governor's Office during 1991.

The Commission adopted the report at its meeting of December 10, 1990, on recommendation of its Administration and Liaison Committee.


Related Topics: Enrollment Demand and Capacity Analysis
 

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