July 28th, 2010, 3:18 pm · posted by Martin Wisckol, Politics reporter

Gubernatorial candidate Jerry Brown today posted an education-reform plan on his website. Among his proposals are an overhaul of higher education, several proposals for improving the quality of teachers, and an increased emphasis on science, technology, engineering, history and humanities.

The Democrat also unveiled his platform for the environment, in which he opposes new offshore oil drilling and opposes Proposition 23, which would put a moratorium on the AB32 restrictions on greenhouse gas emissions.

GOP opponent Meg Whitman has been among those who’ve criticized Brown for not outlining his positions. The two additions today join the pension-reform initiative he rolled out last week and the green-jobs proposal he’d previously announced. He’s yet to specify plan for addressing the state budget crisis.

Some specifics from his education platform:

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