I don’t usually follow fashion back-to-school trends, but watching the Teen Vogue Back-to-School event in Los Angeles shows how students will most likely be dressing or not dressing in the classroom. Haute Couture will not remedy California’s sad news about California’s graduate student’s not being able to apply for graduate programs at CSU starting next spring.
Joseph W. Heston, who is the president of KSBW news and expresses his opinion each week in an editorial about issues concerning the local community and state, thinks that limiting grad student applications to out-of-state and foreign students is not right. I agree with his sentiments about the high salaries and pay raises for CSU top administrators and the tuition hikes for students. This last week adds insult to injury with the decision to not let California’s graduate students apply for graduate programs because they don’t have to pay as much as the out-of-state and students from foreign countries and the CSU system is having financial problems.
Exiling California students at the graduate level to get an education out-of-state is depriving the people who are the sons and daughters of California residents from the ability to reap the years of hard work and taxpayer dollars into the California economy and interrupt their business potential in California by disrupting their continuous study and roots in the state and rather roll out the red carpet to people that did not pay into the system for many years. They should not reap the benefits of others hard work. It is just not fair even if it is economically more feasible.
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