Gov. Jerry Brown signed measures Thursday that will allow some California community colleges to charge more for high-demand classes during the winter and summer terms.
Supporters of this pilot program believe that it will help students complete their coursework, rather than being wait-listed. It would essentially help students get the classes they need and maybe even graduate at a more appropriate rate.
However, opponents of the program believe it would hurt students who cannot afford the higher charges. Brown disagrees; he stated that it is a "reasonable experiment."
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