The University of California regents canceled their meeting this week for fear of violent protests.
California State University trustees could vote on a proposal to raise tuition 9 percent starting in the fall of 2012.
The Bee's Laurel Rosenhall talked to Jeffrey Callison this morning on Capital Public Radio's program "Insight" about California's higher education systems, including the impacts of the Occupy movement, the state's budget cuts and labor issues such as the upcoming faculty strike.
If you missed the show, you can listen to the archived broadcast by clicking here. Her interview is during the first 12 minutes of the show.