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Student debt makes CA waves

While California students mustered to lead a nationwide movement for college debt relief, policymakers and innovators grappled with the issue in ways of their own. Students in the UC system — particularly the Berkeley campus — have taken a central role in

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State agency struggling to police for-profit colleges

  The state talks a big game about policing the for-profit college industry, with legislative proposals to ease student debt and a massive lawsuit against the now-defunct Corinthian Colleges. But an $8 million bureaucracy the state launched five years ago

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Greece suffers California’s future

May 1, 2012 By John Seiler Greece is leading the way for California — off a cliff. The two polities are similar: beautiful mediterranean climate, creative people, massively powerful government-worker unions, busted budgets, impending bankruptcy. Greece is just a little

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