Senate Bill No. 33, also called the Donahoe Higher Education Act, as passed by the Senate of the State of California, was an enactment of the Master Plan for Higher Education in California. The Bill includes provisions for the separation of research universities, teaching colleges, and a community college system. The act was written by Senator George Miller and named for Assemblywoman Dorothy Donahoe. Donahoe and worked hard for the creation of the Master Plan, but passed away before its enactment. Pamphlet, 6 x 9 in.