California bill seeks $10,000 degree

Following Texas and Florida, California could be the next state to try to develop a $10,000 bachelor’s degree. A bill in the state legislature would tell high schools, community colleges and California State University campuses to collaborate on low-cost degrees in science, math and engineering fields.

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  1. I agree with Texas, Florida, and California, we need more low- cost degrees in the technical fields. The Gov. calls them STEM employees.

  2. Ze'ev Wurman says:

    If anything, California may be lucky to get a $100,000 degree with its cost of over-regulated and bloated governance.