A scathing report by the California state auditor describes UC’s billion-dollar payroll system fiasco for what it is. Some perspective would be helpful by comparing to ed tech expenses.
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What’s an extra $38 million among friends?
As part of our e-Literate TV set of case studies on personalized learning, Michael and I were fully aware that Arizona State University (ASU) was likely to generate the most controversy due to ASU’s aggressive changes to the concept of a modern research university. As we described in this introductory blog post: Which is one […]
Chris Newfield has an excellent post at Remaking the University about the University of California’s budget situation and how it relates to the recent Moody’s negative outlook on higher education finances. The whole article is worth reading, but one section jumped off the page for me [emphasis added]. The sadder example of ongoing debt is […]
Update: This paper can be found at the 20MM site and has also been broken into four separate posts on e-Literate: Part I: Introduction & Current Initiatives from Three Systems Part II: Three Basic Approaches Part III: Focus on Student Rights and Perspectives & Metrics to Collect Part IV: Recommendations Recommendations The scope of this position paper is […]