This one includes UC Berkeley and UCSF etc:
"Universities Quietly Collaborate with Facebook
A growing number of academics are working with the social media platform to build new products, but few want to talk about it."
This new one at Cal:
"Report finds past harassment by UC professor, but punishment lags"
SC. Sentinel has this on the gov race and education:
"Candidates for governor take on college affordability"
"Charter backers outspend teachers in 2 California races"
"Billionaires versus teachers union: Charter school fight amps up race for California governor"
CSU gets more funding:
"Lawmakers propose limits on University of California power"
..."The amendment would limit compensation for non-faculty employees to $200,000 per year. Higher salaries would have to be approved in a public hearing. Currently, the highest paid employees in the system are football and basketball coaches at the University of California Los Angeles and the University of California Berkeley, who make millions each year.
The proposed amendment would also require the president to report expenditure information to the regents, governor and Legislature and would strip the president's voting power on the board of regents."...
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See: http://regents.universityofcalifornia.edu/meetings/agendas/may18.htmlNow Daily Cal has this on it:
Even more details on the May revise as it relates to UC funding, community colleges, CSU, great easy breakdown:
In other news:could this be the end of the Leite- Fleming cases
For the regents and Cal?