Still no action from Gov. Brown on ‘No-Supplanting’; urge him to sign the bill today

A bill to prevent the CSU from becoming a two-tier education system based on ability to pay awaits the governor’s signature for another week.

AB 716 would clarify the definition of “supplanting,” a process of moving state-supported  courses students need to graduate out of the regular state university and into Extended Education where students pay more and faculty are paid less. Supplanting is prohibited in the state education code but greater clarity is needed to enforce protections against it.

CFA sponsored the bill and both houses of the state legislature have passed it.

Let Gov. Jerry Brown know it’s a good idea to sign AB 716 into law.