Higher education in California: One s...

Higher education in California: One state, two systems

There are 3 comments on the The Economist story from Aug 10, 2012, titled Higher education in California: One state, two systems. In it, The Economist reports that:

CALIFORNIA'S public universities were once the envy of the world. Under the state's pioneering "master plan" for higher education, signed into law in 1960, the top 12.5% of graduating high-school students in the state are guaranteed entry to the well-respected University of California system; the California State University system is open to the ... (more)

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socalgawfer

Trabuco Canyon, CA

#1 Aug 10, 2012
so why is it, that in California, the tuition for these kids rises faster
than most states, while we still have among the highest income and sales taxes in the country?
Ronald

Bellflower, CA

#2 Aug 10, 2012
socalgawfer wrote:
so why is it, that in California, the tuition for these kids rises faster
than most states, while we still have among the highest income and sales taxes in the country?
socalgawfer.

The lead in the pencils Government accountants use is finely sharpened indeed. Because of clever Government "rebates" such as unearned tax "credits" and taxpayer provided in-kind schemes - including "free" taxpayer funded higher Government "education" schemes - goes, only a minority of Californians pay taxes of any kind. As far as the taxpayer funded "free" tuition that is provided non-Thug students goes, it is a means wealthy Big School activists use to weed out the more capable and the competent. The fact of the matter is that, since the revolution, the wealthy revolutionaries have used their control of academia for their own enrichment. Everyone knows that, even though Government media shills fail to report it.

Ronald
Ronald

Bellflower, CA

#3 Aug 10, 2012
erratum.

Line 2 should read:

"As far as the taxpayer funded "free" tuition that is provided *Thug students* goes, it is a means wealthy Big School activists use to weed out the more capable and the competent."

Sorry.

Ronald

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