At Citrus College Adjuncts Bear Brunt of Budget Cuts

The California state budget crisis is likely to get worse before it can get better. When the Legislative Analyst’s Office (LAO) released its five-year fiscal forecast for California in late November, it was anything but good news. The LAO projects that the governor faces a $21 billion deficit. With reduction in revenues, required repayments to local governments and workload increases the hope that California will recover without any additional cuts or increased taxes has been destroyed. For continuing and new students at Citrus College, the state budget crisis means fewer classes offered with less chance of actually being able to […]
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