Recent Deep State Higher Education Cuts May Harm Students and the Economy for Years to Come

Source: Phil Oliff, Vincent Palacios, Ingrid Johnson, and Michael Leachman, Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, March 19, 2013

From the press release:
Public universities and colleges in nearly every state have seen their state funding decline sharply, according to a new report from the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities. Nationwide, states are on average spending 28 percent less this year than they did in 2008, a decrease of $2,353 per student. As a result, colleges and universities have had to raise tuition, make changes that undermine educational quality, or both.
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