College freshman survey: finance worries up, liberalism down
Students study in a library at California State University, Long Beach. CSU's state funding was cut by $750 million in 2012, endemic of secondary education systems nationwide, causing incoming students to factor the economy into their application decisions more than ever before, a study says.
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#1 Jan 25, 2013
I don't agree. I think students have given up any hope for a chance at much of a future except as tax slaves to the bureaucrat unions in CA.
Students are fed up with the nonsense in all the other States but not here. Ask around, most students with the intelligence needed to process basic facts know that they must leave CA for opportunities to thrive and prosper.
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