Community Colleges Face Cuts in California Budget Crisis

Faced with losing millions of dollars due to the state's budget crisis, California's network of community colleges considers cuts and tuition hikes. Analysts say the move will hurt laid-off workers who often turn to community colleges to train for new jobs. Hear Kathryn Baron of member station KQED.



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