|Date:||November 14, 2008|
|Location:||Library and Courts Building|
|914 Capitol Mall, Room 500|
This survey is the second in a series on higher education, conducted with funding from The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation, which examines Californians’ attitudes and perceptions of higher education in their state. Residents reveal their preferences for funding higher education, their opinions about the performance of public colleges and universities, and their view of the state’s ability to plan for future higher education needs. The survey also examines the overall affordability of higher education, societal trends in higher education, and parental aspirations and concerns for their children’s education.