Cal State board will be voting on pay packages for four new campus leaders that will be augmented by the schools’ private foundations. The new plan has critics.
When California State University’s governing board meets in Long Beach this week, it will once again confront several of its thorniest issues: compensation for top campus executives, and tuition increases and enrollment reductions to contend with budget uncertainties.
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