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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JANUARY 30, 2023

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On Friday, California Gov. Gavin Newsom signed AB 101, an education bill that will require every student at a public high school in the state to take an ethnic studies course. 
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On Friday, California Gov. Gavin Newsom signed AB 101, an education bill that will require every student at a public high school in the state to take an ethnic studies course. 
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AB 2772 would propose a three-year pilot program formulated by Assemblymembers Jose Medina, D-Riverside, Shirley Weber, D-San Diego, and Rob Bonta, D-Oakland, which would mandate a semester- or yearlong ethnic studies course as a graduation requirement during the 2020-2023 school years.
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AB 2772 would propose a three-year pilot program formulated by Assemblymembers Jose Medina, D-Riverside, Shirley Weber, D-San Diego, and Rob Bonta, D-Oakland, which would mandate a semester- or yearlong ethnic studies course as a graduation requirement during the 2020-2023 school years.
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Organized in four separate Gig Car Share cars, 13 UC Berkeley students traveled to Sacramento early Tuesday morning to continue lobbying for increased state funding for the UC system.
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Organized in four separate Gig Car Share cars, 13 UC Berkeley students traveled to Sacramento early Tuesday morning to continue lobbying for increased state funding for the UC system.
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In a revised May budget proposal released Thursday, Gov. Jerry Brown requested that $50 million be sequestered from University of California funding until recommendations from an April 25 California State Auditor’s report and other state commitments are implemented by the university.
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In a revised May budget proposal released Thursday, Gov. Jerry Brown requested that $50 million be sequestered from University of California funding until recommendations from an April 25 California State Auditor’s report and other state commitments are implemented by the university.
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A bill that would cap out-of-state enrollment in the UC system is one step closer to becoming a law after state lawmakers voted 10-3 Tuesday to move the bill to a committee that will evaluate its financial viability.
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A bill that would cap out-of-state enrollment in the UC system is one step closer to becoming a law after state lawmakers voted 10-3 Tuesday to move the bill to a committee that will evaluate its financial viability.
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A bill was introduced in the state Assembly on Tuesday that would cap the percentage of nonresident undergraduate students enrolled in the University of California at 15.5 percent.
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A bill was introduced in the state Assembly on Tuesday that would cap the percentage of nonresident undergraduate students enrolled in the University of California at 15.5 percent.
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At a state Legislature joint oversight hearing Thursday, a state auditor presented updates on a 2014 report concerning sexual violence on California’s university campuses.
At a state Legislature joint oversight hearing Thursday, a state auditor presented updates on a 2014 report concerning sexual violence on California’s university campuses.
At a Tuesday hearing, the California State Assembly’s Committee on Higher Education passed a bill that would establish a salary cap on UC employees as a condition of receiving state funding.
At a Tuesday hearing, the California State Assembly’s Committee on Higher Education passed a bill that would establish a salary cap on UC employees as a condition of receiving state funding.
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A law that would provide state funding for undocumented students currently ineligible for work-study opportunities under federal law was heard in the state legislature Thursday.
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A law that would provide state funding for undocumented students currently ineligible for work-study opportunities under federal law was heard in the state legislature Thursday.
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