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Brief: California Dream Act Signed


SACRAMENTO, CA – The second part of the California Dream act AB 131 was signed by Governor Jerry Brown on October, 8 2011. A triumph for undocumented students in the State, the bill will allow qualifying students to apply for financial aid to State Universities and Colleges.

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2 thoughts on “Brief: California Dream Act Signed

  1. UC Berkeley discriminates against instate Californians at admission in favor of a $50,600 payment. Need for transparency at University of California Berkeley has never been so clear. Chancellor Robert J Birgeneau ($500,000 salary) displaces qualified for public university education at Cal. instate Californians for a $50,600 payment and a foreign passport.

    UC Berkeley, ranked # 70 Forbes, is not increasing enrollment. Birgeneau accepts $50,600 FOREIGN students at the expense of qualified Californians.

    UC Regent Chairwoman Lansing and President Yudof agree to discriminate against instate Californians for foreigners. Birgeneau, Yudof, Lansing need to answer to Californians.

    Opinions make a difference; email UC Board of Regents marsha.kelman@ucop.edu

    Posted by Milan Moravec | October 10, 2011, 4:49 pm

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