California plan: More $ for higher ed

California colleges and universities get more funding in Gov. Jerry Brown’s budget plan, but it’s not all about the benjamins. Among other changes, the state’s community colleges would be funded based on end-of term enrollment, not who’s there in the third week.

Flush with revenues from the oil-and-gas boom, North Dakota is spending more on higher education. Enrollment is down at Montana community colleges as young people take “brown jobs” in the oil fields, but some colleges are offering free tuition or special job training to compete.

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  1. But there are some weird assumptions in Jerry’s budget, and the usual hand-waving to make things vanish.

    I bet at the end of the day (especially now that the Democrats are unchecked in the legislature) that we will have spent all the new taxes and will still be running a massive deficit.