If Gov. Jerry Brown's plan to extend tax hikes fails, and if California's budget crisis continues, the leaders of California's public colleges say, student costs could continue to rise.
California's public higher education leaders warned Monday that additional tuition increases could be in store this fall if legislators or voters reject Gov. Jerry Brown's plan to extend several recent tax hikes. And even if the tax proposal is approved, the educators said, they expect some academic programs to be eliminated next year.
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