Pros and Cons of Colleges in California

Pros and cons of colleges in California - Although the College of California has made big news recently to increase tuition rates, California public universities often recognized to provide an excellent education. Many colleges in California have been successful us news report on world &  "Best Colleges 2011: public schools on " list. Five out of ten, including the two most places, is the University of California.

Pros and Cons of Colleges in California

California College: number

California has far more colleges and universities than any other country, serving the students of over 2 million in 2006-the figures are growing since then as National College enrollment has increased. According to the National Center for Education Statistics, in 2008/09 in California, there are:

147 public institutions (compared to the U.S. average of 32)
146 private institutions, not-for-profit (us average 31)
143 individual, for-profit institutions (we average 23)
The National Center for public policy and higher education in the report Card is broken 2008:

35 years of four open College of California
112 California public two-year Colleges
200 years four private California Colleges
72 California private two-year College
The value of California College report card

The National Center for public policy and higher education report card 2008 the University of California reflects the challenges of the national budget has experienced. California worst value, C-to  "ability " and C to  "entries, " is mostly a reflection of the increased contribution today California has experienced (a total of 32 per cent in some college).

Rising tuition has increased the percentage of income that students and their families set aside for education. In 2007/08 who attend a College two years pay 25 per cent of family income in colleges, compared with 24 per cent in the whole country; In 1999/2000, the figure was 20 per cent in California and 19 per cent at the national level.

For four years, students at 2007/08, 28 per cent of the family income was used for education (equivalent to the national average); In 1999/2000, it is 21 per cent in California and 20 per cent at the national level.

Even in the  "entries " grade could be better, the results of the report placed California a little above the national average for young adult College enrollment in the State. 
The report card cited average lecture the following to 2007/08:

General four years: $5,188
General two years: $594
Private: $29,785
Assistance Fund for students attending the University of California is $2,384 two years students and $6,692 for students year four. According to the Ministry of education, in 2009 and 2010, more than 2 million students who attend college in California has been awarded Federal financial aid, which includes grants and loans. In 2006, more than 1.5 million students (out of 2,172,354 registered) had been Federal financial assistance.

California directly

According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), the median income for California 2009 is nearly 37 million people is $49,550. According to Econ Post, California has the largest GDP in the United States and the seventh largest in the world. The famous California industry includes computer software, manufacturing, fisheries, wineries and medical marijuana.

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