The Sun — William Scroggins, president and CEO of Mt. San Antonio College in Walnut, wrote in an opinion column: “This November, California voters will be faced with choices on several initiatives. From an educational perspective, the most critical to the future of our students and the state’s economy is Proposition 30.”
The community colleges, California State University (including Cal State San Bernardino) and the University of California, along with K-12 public education, would suffer deeper budget cuts if the initiative is not passed in November.
The article was published Sept. 12, 2012.
Read the complete article at “Invest in California’s future.”