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CFHE statement on the nomination of Betsy DeVos as Secretary of Education

We believe that public education, from pre-K through grade 12 and into post-secondary education, is at the core of our democracy, and of ensuring affordable, quality higher education for all who pursue it. The nomination of Betsy DeVos as Secretary of Education makes clear that the new administration has no such commitment.


CFA releases new report “Equity, Interrupted: How California Is Cheating Its Future”

The California Faculty Association has released a report about the systemic underfunding of the California State University system and its impact on students and higher education in the state.

The report also analyzes race, class and college affordability, and finds that over the past 30 years, as the CSU has gotten increasingly more diverse, state funding for the university system has been on a steady decline. In other words, as the CSU got darker, funding got lighter. 


Howard Bunsis
Ex officio, AAUP

Dr. Howard Bunsis, a member and ex officio of the American Association of University Professors (AAUP), is unyielding in his pursuit of transparency regarding university finances. 


The “Promises” of Online Higher Education: Access

Executive Summary

The “promise” that online learning will dramatically expand access to higher education is at the center of the recent push in the MOOC/Online movement.  This paper examines research that can help us answer a crucial question: do online courses provide meaningful access to quality higher education for underserved students, who are those most in need of expanded educational opportunities?