Editor, Ceres Courier,
Two-tier pricing on California community colleges has only negative impacts for students. Two-tier pricing not only creates an unfair fiscal disadvantage for the students who can't get the regular course and will further worsen problems in the California community college system. As a future MJC agriculture business major, I am hoping that the Assembly and Senate will to strive for and defend the best interests of community college students.
I have chosen MJC over U.C. Berkeley, U.C. Davis and Cal Poly SLO, for it's phenomenal agriculture department, not for the overpriced and impacted classes.
Senior at Central Valley High School,