12 September 2009

Saturday morning round-up

Here are a few items of note this morning:
  1. From the NY Times: California students return to bigger classes, at higher tuition.
  2. From the LA Times: UC Regents settle a dozen fertility suits, at a combined cost (over time) of $24M. How come medical centers' profits are to stay with the medical centers whereas we all have to pay for their liabilities?
  3. From the Schools Matter blog: 12,000 UC Profs to strike on Sept. 24.
  4. From the Fresno State Collegian: Legislature dooms our future. Very well said, hats off to the Collegian staff.
UCOP's reply to AFSCME, linked above, is probably worth a closer look.

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