It started as a class project - but turned into a serious effort for students like Oakland Unity Senior Estephania Franco.
Franco: "We want an educational revolution and I think it's time."
Franco is one of the students gathering signatures for a measure that would eliminate tuition and fees for resident students who maintain a 2.7 G-P-A or do 70 hours of community service a year. The funding would come from higher income taxes on Californians who earn more than 250-thousand dollars:
Franco: "Not only will it encourage other people to go to school and pursue higher education, but California's economy is going to be way better off."