Gov. Jerry Brown on Tuesday is set to launch a two-day push for more online classes at California's public universities.
Brown is scheduled to speak at a San Jose State University on Tuesday morning as the school announces a new pilot program that will make online courses available to students. On Wednesday, Brown is to attend a meeting of the Board of Regents of the University of California to push for some of the items he is seeking in his budget plan, including more online courses and a call for the university to find ways to trim money from the budget.
Next week, Brown is to attend the meeting of the Cal State Board of Trustees in Long Beach.
In his budget, Brown set aside nearly $37 million to expand the number of online courses at the state's public universities and community colleges.
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