California State University has abandoned its plans to raise tuition next year.
Chancellor Timothy White announced Friday that the CSU Board of Trustees will no longer consider a proposal to hike student fees by 4 percent in the 2018-19 academic year, which was set for a vote next month. The 23-campus system will instead focus on lobbying the state for more funding.
Given its multibillion-dollar budget surplus, White said in an interview, California "should use the public's money to invest in its future."...
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