Not so long ago, everyone wanted to live in California. The temperate climate, the beaches, the Rose Parade, Hollywood —– the mystique attracted millions to the state over the years. Today, it’s a far different…
California passed a bill that would expand student loan eligibility to Dreamers, or DACA recipients, but it was not clear how much it would cost the state.
California’s governor signed a bill into law that requires all state university and college systems to create a liaison position for DACA recipients, also known as “Dreamers.”
Instead of reducing the high cost of college attendance, the state of California decided to pass a bill into law that would give community colleges an emergency assistance fund for struggling students.
The California state university system faced complaints remarkably similar to the ones Harvard is facing now, and leveled by the same ethnic group.
It barely comes up.
California Governor Jerry Brown vetoed a bill that would have mandated abortion pills be provided by California state universities, which handed the pro-life movement a victory.
And maybe school boards as well, thanks to an “urgency statute signed into law by outgoing California Governor Jerry Brown.
They may not know the Bill of Rights, but students are being asked to broaden their base of knowledge in ways never before imagined, at least by most taxpayers.
A San Diego high schoolteacher was fired due to anti-military comments he gave in a classroom lecture, upsetting the San Diego community, which home to a U.S. naval base.