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361.  1997-98 State Appropriations for California Postsecondary Education, Update 97-06
In this document:   1997-98 State Appropriations for California Postsecondary Education. 1 HIGHER EDUCATION UPDATE NUMBER UP/97-6 NOVEMBER 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 Direct

362.  Community Colleges: Still an Affordable Route to a Degree?, Report 08-14
In this document:   Community Colleges: Still an Affordable Route to a Degree?. Page 1 This white paper continues the Commission’s examination of how rising college costs are affecting Califorrni families. An earlier paper looked at the costs for students living on campus at the University of California and the California State University. Rising costs for UC and CSU have been particularly hard on middle-and lower-income families whose incomes have not kept up with inflation in the last 20 to 30 year

363.  State Licensure versus Accreditation of Proprietary Schools and Colleges, Report 04-03
In this document:   State Licensure versus Accreditation of Proprietary Schools and Colleges: A Review and Comparison of Roles and Functions. State Licensure versus Accreditation of Proprietary Schools and Colleges A Review and Comparison of Roles and Functions CALIFORNIA POSTSECONDARY EDUCATION COMMISSION MA R C H 2 0 0 4 C O M M I S S I O N R E P O R T 0 4 -0 3Summary For almost 30 years, the California Postsecondary Education Commission has been actively involved in the development of a strong and vigorous

364.  Fiscal Profiles, 2008, Table of Contents, Report 08-19
In this document:   Fiscal Profiles, 2008, Table of Contents. Contents Page 1 INTRODUCTION 22 PROFILES State General Fund Appropriations Display 1. State General Fund Expenditures in the Nine Budget Categories for State Operations and Local Assistance, for Fiscal Years 1967-68 to 2008-09 2. State General Fund Expenditures in the Nine Budget Categories for State Operations and Local Assistance, as Percentages of Total State General Funds, for Fiscal Years 1967-68 to 2008-09 3. Annual Percent Changes in State

365.  Who Can Afford it? How Rising Costs are Making College Unaffordable for Working Families
In this document:   Who Can Afford it? How Rising Costs are Making College Unaffordable for Working Families. Page 1 This white paper looks at the way that rising college costs are affecting California families. Higher educattio in California has historically been guided by the principle that maintaining affordability is paramooun to providing access to all students who desire a postsecondary education. However, over recent decades, eroding state funding for higher education has meant that more costs are

366.  Report 04-20
In this document:   Fiscal Profiles, 2004. FISCAL PROFILES, 2004 CALIFORNIA POSTSECONDARY EDUCATION COMMISSION D E C E M B E R 2 0 0 4 C O M M I S S I O N R E P O R T 0 4 -2 0Summary This report contains and analyzes statistical information about the financing of California postsecoondar education from the 1965-66 fiscal year through 2004-05. In addition, there is information on California public elementary and secondary education financing as well as State government in general. The Commission

367.  Blueprint for Progress: Legislative and Budget Priorities for the Year 2001, Update 01-01
In this document:   A Blueprint for Progress: Legislative and Budget Priorities for the Year 2001. 1 HIGHER EDUCATION UPDATE NUMBER UP/01-1 FEBRUARY 2001 News from the CALIFORNIA POSTSECONDARY EDUCATION COMMISSION Alan Arkatov, Chair Carol Chandler, Vice Chair Phillip J. Forhan Robert A. Hanff Lance Izumi Kyo “Paul” Jhin Velma Montoya Ralph R. Pesqueira Guillermo Rodriguez, Jr. Evonne Schulze Khyl Smeby Howard Welinsky Melinda G. Wilson Warren H. Fox Executive Director 1303 J Street, Suite 500

368.  College Costs and Family Income: The Affordability Issue at UC and CSU, Report 11-02
In this document:   College Costs and Family Income: The Affordability Issue at UC and CSU. CPEC College Costs and Family Income: The Affordability Issue at UC and CSU California Postsecondary Education Commission www.cpec.ca.gov Report 11-02 March 2011 by Jessika Jones Rising costs are putting an education at California’s public universities out of reach for many Californnians Eroding state funding for higher education has meant that more costs are passed on to students and their families in the form of incre

369.  Recommendations for a Long-Term Resident Student Fee Policy Framework for Students En-rolled at California’s Public Universities, Report 02-12
In this document:   Recommendations for a Long-Term Resident Student Fee Policy Framework for Students En-rolled at California’s Public Universities. RECOMMENDATIONS FOR A LONG-TERM RESIDENT STUDENT FEE POLICY FRAMEWORK FOR STUDENTS ENROLLED AT CALIFORNIA’S PUBLIC UNIVERSITIES CALIFORNIA POSTSECONDARY EDUCATION COMMISSION D E C E M B E R 2 0 0 2 C O M M I S S I O N R E P O R T 0 2 -1 2Summary In 1996, the State’s former statutory policy relating to student fees at the State’s public universities sunset. Sinc

370.  Report 06-13, Introduction
In this document:   Fiscal Profiles, 2006. FISCAL PROFILES, 2006 The Fourteenth in a Periodic Series of Factsheets About the Financing of California Higher Education CALIFORNIA POSTSECONDARY EDUCATION COMMISSION 770 L Street Suite 1160 Sacramento, California 95814-3396COMMISSION REPORT 06-13 PUBLISHED SEPTEMBER 2006 This report, like other publications of the California Postsecondary Education Commission, is not copyrighted. It may be reproduced in the public interest, but proper attributi

371.  Fiscal Profiles, 2008, Introduction, Report 08-19,
In this document:   Fiscal Profiles, 2008, Introduction. Page 1 Introduction Background State General Fund spending for Higher Education has increased 108% from 1990–91 to 2008–09. Chart 1 shows a cumulative change in General Fund expenditures. Five smaller budget categories shown in Displays 1 through 3 are combined and shown under the heading Other Governmental Functions. This change moderates some of the fluctuations in funding for these categories. These categories are: Legislative, Executive, Judi

372.  California High School Outreach Program Inventory, Report 02-14
In this document:   California High School Outreach Program Inventory. years of innovative management consulting 25 CALIFORNIA HIGH SCHOOL CALIFORNIA HIGH SCHOOL OUTREACH PROGRAM OUTREACH PROGRAM INVENTORY INVENTORY FINAL REPORT S U B M I T T E D T O T H E : S U B M I T T E D T O T H E : CALIFORNIA CALIFORNIA POSTSECONDARY EDUCATION POSTSECONDARY EDUCATION COMMISSION COMMISSION SUBMITTED BY: SUBMITTED BY: 4 5 5 C A P I T O L M A L L , S U I T E 6 0 0 4 5 5 C A P I T O L M A L L , S U I T E 6

373.  Fiscal Profiles 2002, Cover Page, Report 03-08
In this document:   Fiscal Profiles 2002, Cover Page. FISCAL PROFILES, 2002 CALIFORNIA POSTSECONDARY EDUCATION COMMISSION A P R I L 2 0 0 3 C O M M I S S I O N R E P O R T 0 3 -8Summary This report contains and analyzes statistical information about the financing of California postsecoondar education from the 1965-66 fiscal year through 2002-03. In addition, there is information on California public elementary and secondary education financing as well as State government in general. The Commission

374.  Summary of Higher Education Accountability Statutes in Other States, Report OP04-04
In this document:   Summary of Higher Education Accountability Statutes in Other States. Page 1 Forward Implementing a viable accountability framework for California is one of the Commissioon’ top priorities. Budget allocations for higher education are shrinking and public colleges and universities are feeling pressed to accommodate the influx of students as the children of baby boomers reach college-age. The State must take steps to ensure that public dollars are utilized in the most efficient and effective

375.  Student Access, Institutional Capacity, and Public Higher Education Enrollment Demand, 2003-2013, Report 04-07
In this document:   Student Access, Institutional Capacity, and Public Higher Education Enrollment Demand, 2003-2013. Student Access, Institutional Capacity, and Public Higher Education Enrollment Demand, 2003-2013 CALIFORNIA POSTSECONDARY EDUCATION COMMISSION J U N E 2 0 0 4 C O M M I S S I O N R E P O R T 0 4 -0 7Summary Numerous economic and political events have unfolded in California and the nation since the California Postsecondary Education Commission released its statewide higher education enrollment pro

376.  Information Collection and Dissemination Program , Report 04-06
In this document:   Information Collection and Dissemination Program. California Postsecondary Education Commission May 2004 Information Collection and Dissemination Program Enhancing access to education data The California Postsecondary Education Commisssio is a citizen board established in 1974 to coordinate the efforts of California’s colleges and universities and to provide independent, non-partisan analysis and recommendations to the Governor and Legislature. More information on the Commission, including links

377.  How is California Doing, Report 07-18
In this document:   Accountability Framework Goal - Contributions to Economic, Civic, and Social Development. Measure: How is California Doing?. Page 1 Consistent with the Commission’s higher education accountability framework, this report summarizes major findings and conclusions from three 2007 Commission reports assessing the contributions of postsecondary education to California’s social, civic, and economic well-being. Contents Summary of Findings .1 Why Economic, Civic and Social Development are Important .2

378.  Workforce Preparation - Degrees Awarded in Selected Areas of Projected Workforce Demand, Report 07-17
In this document:   Accountability Framework Goal - Contributions to Economic, Civic, and Social Development. Measure: Workforce Preparation - Degrees Awarded in Selected Areas of Projected Workforce Demand. Page 1 This report is the third in a series of measure reports that examine the economic, civic, and social development of the state by its systems of higher education. This report measures degrees awarded in selected areas of employment against workforce demand. Contents Summary of Findings .1 Do D

379.  Commission Review of a Proposal by the Riverside Community College District to Convert Norco Educational Center to College Status, Report 04-02
In this document:   Commission Review of a Proposal by the Riverside Community College District to Convert Norco Educational Center to College Status. Commission Review of a Proposal by Riverside Community College District to Convert the Norco Educational Center to College Status CALIFORNIA POSTSECONDARY EDUCATION COMMISSION MA R C H 2 0 0 4 C O M M I S S I O N R E P O R T 0 4 -0 2Summary This report reviews a proposal by the Riverside Community College District and the California Community College Chanc

380.  Affordability Challenge in California Higher Education: Options for Change, Report OP07-01
In this document:   The Affordability Challenge in California Higher Education: Options for Change. Page 1 California’s Master Plan for Higher Education represented a promise, of an affordable college education, to every person who could benefit. For decades, California’s lawmakers honored that promise. But rapidly increasing college fees, coupled with higher costs for room and board, books, transportation, and healthcare are pricing students out of higher education or burdening them with excess


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