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Former UCLA Chancellor Charles Young on the Master Plan for Higher Education: Part 1

In response to the budget crisis facing California higher education, the state legislature formed a joint committee to review the 1960 Master Plan for Higher Education. The Master Plan, authored largely by University of California president Clark Kerr, formalized the roles of the three higher ed systems: University of California, California State Colleges (now California State University), and community colleges. Chancellor Young reviews the history of the Master Plan and current problems. This is Part 1.
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