Funding cuts jeopardize University of California's quality

Oct. 8, 2007
Officials fear lack of funding will erode system's ability to provide high-quality education

Soaring student fees, huge fundraising drives and corporate donations have not made up for a sharp decline in the state of California's commitment to higher education. University of California administrators and faculty fear that the 10-campus system may lose its reputation for excellence and will trigger a slide toward mediocrity.

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