Shortage developing in California of educated workers


By Stephen Frank,  California Political News and Views

When you are teaching being white is a racist statement, do you expect educated graduates?  When you teach males are rapists and the United States hates people of color, then the diploma given at a UC or State College is worthless—a tree died for nothing.  When you are not allowed to have differing points of views on a campus and told to leave campus if you support President Trump, of course education is not found on campus.  So, of course there is a shortage of educated workers.  We do not have a shortage of students with diploma’s, we have a shortage of students with a real education.

“California faces an increasing demand for affordable higher education and a need for adequate facilities suited to a rapidly evolving economy. PPIC estimates that by 2030 the supply of college graduates will fall 1.1 million short of workforce demand. All three public systems—UC, CSU, and CCC—are working to bridge that gap. Alongside the three systems’ efforts, the state must consider the following cross-cutting capital finance challenges:

A growing need for more capacity. California’s K–12 and higher education systems are making progress toward closing the workforce skills gap. This will eventually produce an unprecedented influx of college-ready Californians, but the state of current facilities remains a central challenge.

We spend plenty for education.  Sadly, we spend little to educate, lots to indoctrinate.  End the indoctrination and return to education.

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Stephen Frank: Is the the publisher and editor of the California Political News and Views.  Mr. Frank speaks all over California and appears as a guest on several radio shows each week. He has also served as a guest host on radio talk shows and is a full time political consultant.



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