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March 21, 1995 - Presented To: Senate Budget and Fiscal Review Subcommittee No.1 - Senator Nicholas Petris, Chair
February 22, 1995 - Analysis of the 1995-96 Budget Bill, Higher Education Chapter
February 22, 1995 - Analysis of the 1995-96 Budget Bill, Capital Outlay Chapter
February 22, 1995 - Performance-Based Budgeting
February 22, 1995 - California Community Colleges Outcome Measures: focus more directly on outcomes of higher education, rather than inputs and processes.
February 22, 1995 - Meeting Workforce Needs
February 22, 1995 - University of California: Federal Overhead Funds: a reallocation of federal overhead receipts to other critical needs within UC is justified.
February 23, 1994 - Higher Education Outcome Measures: focus more directly on the outcomes of higher education, rather than the inputs or processes. If the Legislature can develop measures that accurately and reliably gauge these outcomes, it could hold the segments accountable for their performance.
February 23, 1994 - UC Medical Residents: recommend adoption of legislation requiring the UC to ensure specific increases in the number and percentage of medical residents enrolled in primary care and family practice specialties by 1998-99 and 2001-02.
February 22, 1994 - Analysis of the 1994-95 Budget Bill, Higher Education Chapter
February 1, 1993 - Fee Increases at California community Colleges.
February 1, 1993 - CSU Faculty Workload: Reduction should be deferred another year.
February 1, 1993 - California Community Colleges: Enrollment Priorities
February 1, 1992 - We recommend the enactment of legislation to establish a policy whereby the UC and the CSU would admit qualified freshmen but redirect a portion of them, on a voluntary basis, to enroll in specific community colleges, allowing annual state savings of approximately $25 million beginning in 1993-94.
February 21, 1990 - In this analysis, we assess for each segment of postsecondary education: (1) long-range enrollment plans, (2) the potential need for new campuses, and (3) how each segment's five-year capital outlay plan addresses needs associated with enrollment growth.