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341.  Report 06-13, Display 93
In this document:   Fiscal Profiles, 2006. DISPLAY 93 Per-Capita Higher Education Expenditures in the 30 Most Populous States, Fiscal Years 1986-87 to 2003-04 State $ State Texas State $ State $ State $ State $ Iowa $371 Iowa $376 Iowa $395 Iowa $434 Iowa $450 Iowa $445 Michigan 341 Mich. 375 Wisc. 367 Ariz. 410 Wisc. 412 Wisc. 427 Arizona 335 Ariz. 342 Mich. 365 Wisc. 393 Mich. 404 Colo. 420 Wisconsin 332 Wisc. 340 Ariz. 345 Mich. 382 Colo. 401 Mich. 417 Minnesota 322 Minn. 327 N Car. 338 Colo. 382 Ariz. 397 Ore

342.  Condition of Higher Education in California, 2000 , Report 00-04
In this document:   The Condition of Higher Education in California, 2000. The Condition of Higher Education in California, 2000 California Postsecondary Education Commission • Sacramento, CA A Report on Higher Education in California for the Year 2000 P O S T S E C O N D A R Y C O M M I S S I O N C A L I F O R N I AE D U C A T I O NCommissioners Representing the General Public Appointed by the Governor Carol Chandler, Selma Kyo R. Jhin, Malibu Jeff Marston, San Diego Appointed by the Senate Rules Committ

343.  Publication 03-08
In this document:   . Fiscal Profiles, 2002. Full Publication in PDF Format. 23 MBytes). Introduction. Profiles. State General Fund Appropriations. State General Fund Expenditures in the Nine Budget Categories for State Operations and Local Assistance, for Fiscal Years 1967-68 Through 2002-03State General Fund Expenditures in the Nine Budget Categories for State Operations and Local Assistance, as Percentages of To

344.  Publication 04-20
In this document:   . Fiscal Profiles, 2004. Full Publication in PDF Format. 9 MBytes). Introduction. Profiles. State General Fund Appropriations. State General Fund Expenditures in the Nine Budget Categories for State Operations and Local Assistance, for Fiscal Years 1967-68 Through 2004-05State General Fund Expenditures in the Nine Budget Categories for State Operations and Local Assistance, as Percentages of Total State General Funds,

345.  Report 04-20 Display 93
In this document:   Fiscal Profiles 2004, Display 93. DISPLAY 93 Rankings of Per-Capita State and Local Government Expenditures for Higher Education in the 30 Most Populous States, with Cumulative Average Expenditures, for Fiscal Years 1986-87 Through 2001-02 State $ State Texas State $ State $ State $ State $ State $ Iowa $371 Iowa $376 Iowa $395 Iowa $434 Iowa $450 Iowa $445 Iowa $480 Michigan 341 Mich. 375 Wisc. 367 Ariz. 410 Wisc. 412 Wisc. 427 Wisc. 450 Arizona 335 Ariz. 342 Mich. 365 Wisc. 393

346.  Selected Publications, Document 10-02
In this document:   Selected Publications. CPEC Selected Publications California Postsecondary Education Commission www.cpec.ca.gov D10-02 October 2010 The California Postsecondary Education Commission was established in 1974 as the state’s higher education coordinating agency. CPEC conducts research and advises the Governor, legislators, and other agencies on higher education issues. CPEC maintains the state’s most comprehensive higher education database. CONTACT US 770 L Street, Suite 1160 Sacramento, Californ

347.  Selected Publications, Document 11-01
In this document:   Selected Publications. CPEC Selected Publications California Postsecondary Education Commission www.cpec.ca.gov D11-01 March 2011 The California Postsecondary Education Commission was established in 1974 as the state’s higher education coordinating agency. CPEC conducts research and advises the Governor, legislators, and other agencies on higher education issues. CPEC maintains the state’s most comprehensive higher education database. CONTACT US 770 L Street, Suite 1160 Sacramento, California

348.  Toward a Greater Understanding of the State's Educational Equity Policies, Programs, and Practice, Report 98-07
In this document:   Toward a Greater Understanding of the State's Educational Equity Policies, Programs, and Practices. CALIFORNIA POSTSECONDARY EDUCATION COMMISSION WORKPLAN, 1999 and Beyond CALIFORNIA POSTSECONDARY EDUCATION COMMISSION D E C E M B E R 1 9 9 8 C O M M I S S I O N R E P O R T 9 8 -7 Long-term Mid-term Short-termSummary This report updates a staff-prepared workplan of activities to be undertaken through the year 2004, which the Commission accepted in December 1998. The activities cont

349.  Fiscal Profiles 2002, Display 93, Report 03-08
In this document:   Fiscal Profiles 2002, Display 93. DISPLAY 93 Rankings of Per-Capita State and Local Government Expenditures for Higher Education in the 30 Most Populous States, with Cumulative Average Expenditures, for Fiscal Years 1986-87 Through 1999-2000 State $ State $ State $ State $ State $ State $ State $ Iowa $371 Iowa $376 Iowa $395 Iowa $434 Iowa $450 Iowa $445 Iowa $480 Michigan 341 Mich. 375 Wisc. 367 Ariz. 410 Wisc. 412 Wisc. 427 Wisc. 450 Arizona 335 Ariz. 342 Mich. 365 Wisc. 393 M

350.  Website Release Notes
In this document:   . The Commission website is updated frequently to improve service and provide more information. These release notes document these changes.Updates and known problems in the data available on the website are further documented in the. Caveats. Sign up. to be notified when data or publications are updated. Previous newsletters are available at the bottom of the Sign Up page. September 16, 2011 - 2010
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351.  College Board: Trends in Higher Education, California March 2008
In this document:   College Board: Trends in Higher Education, California March 2008. Trends in Higher Education Series 2007 1 www.collegeboard.com Trends in Higher Education California March 2008 Kathleen Little Patricia SteeleTrends in Higher Education Series 2007 3 www.collegeboard.com California Public Institution Enrollment, 1965 -2006 Source: CPEC, Fiscal Profiles Update, September 2007 0 200,000 400,000 600,000 800,000 1,000,000 1,200,000 1,400,000 1,600,000 1,800,000 2,000,000 CCC-Headcount

352.  Fees at California’s Public Colleges and Universities, Report 09-04
In this document:   Fees at California’s Public Colleges and Universities. CPEC Fees at California’s Public Colleges and Universities www.cpec.ca.gov Report 09-04 March 2009 by Ryan Fuller Fees at California’s public colleges and universities have increased in the past two decades, but are still lower than fees at comparable institutions in other states. Fees for full-time undergraduate studeent at the University of California were $8,027 in 2008–09 and fees at California State University were

353.  Student Financial Aid in California Postsecondary Education, Factsheet 04-03
In this document:   Student Financial Aid in California Postsecondary Education. Page 1 California student financial aid is increasing significantly: In 2002-03, California students receiive over $8 billion in financial aid; Financial aid funding increased by over 30% from $5.9 billion in 1998-99 to $8.1 billion in 2002-03; Over half of all financial aid comes from the federal government in the form of loans; The Cal Grant Program accounts for about 7% of total funding; Institutional support tota

354.  Changes in Student Fee Levels in California’s Public Postsecondary Education Systems, Factsheet 04-02
In this document:   Changes in Student Fee Levels in California’s Public Postsecondary Education Systems. Page 1 This paper compares student fee levels near the time of adoption of the Masterplan with today. Changes in the level and use of student fees include the following: California public universities have increased student fees dramatically over the past 15 years. Still, they are among the lowest when compared with other states; California Community College fees have increased very modestly and

355.  Funding California's Capacity for Growth, Update 97-09
In this document:   Funding California's Capacity for Growth. 1 HIGHER EDUCATION UPDATE NUMBER UP/97-9 DECEMBER 1997 News from the CALIFORNIA POSTSECONDARY EDUCATION COMMISSION Jeff Marston, Chair Guillermo Rodriguez, Jr. Vice Chair Mim Andelson Alan S. Arkatov Henry Der Joe Dolphin Lance Izumi Kyo “Paul” Jhin David S. Lee Bernard Luskin Frank R. Martinez Stephen R. McShane Ralph R. Pesqueira Khyl Smeby John E. Stratman, Jr. Gerti Thomas Melinda Wilson Warren H. Fox Executive Director 1303 J Street, Suite 5

356.  Fees at California's Public Colleges and Universities, Report 10-01
In this document:   Fees at California's Public Colleges and Universities. CPEC Fees at California’s Public Colleges and Universities California Postsecondary Education Commission www.cpec.ca.gov Report 10-01 March 2010 by Ryan Fuller Fees at California’s public colleges and universities have increased considerably with the current state budget crisis, but are still lower than fees at comparable institutions in other states. At Californni State University, fees for full-time undergraduate stud

357.  Fiscal Profiles, 2001, Report 02-01
In this document:   Fiscal Profiles, 2001. FISCAL PROFILES, 2001 CALIFORNIA POSTSECONDARY EDUCATION COMMISSION J A N U A R Y 2 0 0 2 C O M M I S S I O N R E P O R T 0 2 -1Summary This report contains and analyzes statistical information about the financing of California postsecoondar education from the 1965-66 fiscal year through 2001-02. In addition, there is information on California public elementary and secondary education financing as well as State government in general. The Commission

358.  Fiscal Profiles, 2010, Appendix B-C, Report 10-22
In this document:   Fiscal Profiles, 2010, Appendix B-C. Fiscal Profiles, 2010 • 143 APPENDIX B: DEFINITIONS As much as possible, the fiscal information contained in the report, and described below, is updated to account for the current disposition of 2010–11 State Budget. American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA. This was signed into law on February 17, 2009, committing $100 billion to education, with $8.5 billion allocated to California. Education programs to receive funding through ARRA include

359.  California Postsecondary Education Commission's Public Agenda: Priorities for Action, Report 02-05
In this document:   The California Postsecondary Education Commission's Public Agenda: Priorities for Action. THE CALIFORNIA POSTSECONDARY EDUCATION COMMISSION’S PUBLIC AGENDA: PRIORITIES FOR ACTION CALIFORNIA POSTSECONDARY EDUCATION COMMISSION www.cpec.ca.gov A P R I L 2 0 0 2 C O M M I S S I O N R E P O R T 0 2 -5Summary Beginning in the spring of 2001, the California Postsecondary Education Commission initiated a series of endeavors, includiin both internal discussions and dialogues with others in higher educ

360.  Resident Undergraduate Student Fees – Issues and Options, Report 06-04
In this document:   Resident Undergraduate Student Fees – Issues and Options. Page 1 The Legislature is currently considering the Commission’s recommendations for a long-term student fee policy. Assemblywoman Liu has incorporated the Commission’s recommendations in her proposal, Assembly Bill 1072. This paper presents major policy issues on student fees and reexamines the Commission’s studeen fee policy. Contents AB 1072 and the Commission’s Policy on Student Fees .1 Student Fees in Perspective .2


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