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29 Mar 2023

The California Master Plan for Higher Education was a plan established in 1960 by California state leaders and university administrators. It defined the role that the three public university systems in California — the UC, CSU and community colleges — would have in the future. The plan stated that higher education in California should be accessible to all academically eligible students, regardless of economic status. The plan stated that public higher education in California should be tuition-free; however, fees at public universities have continued to increase.

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