Chancellor Issues Failing Grades to State Lawmakers

From a Los Angeles Times article by Patrick McGreevy:

Cal State report card on higher-ed votes angers many lawmakers

Administrators at the California State University system have poked a stick in a hornet's nest by putting out their first-of-its-kind report card indicating how much support state legislators gave priority bills on higher education. The report card was sent out by the office of retiring Chancellor Charles B. Reed and quickly had the Twitter-sphere buzzing about what some saw as a bold last move as he heads for the door. Others thought it was inappropriate and misleading. The report card gave "F" grades to 20 Assembly members and five state senators ... READ MORE

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