Cutting back on higher ed

Sunday, March 19, 2006

Here is a good commentary from Rhode Island on the growing connection between education and economic development. Read more.

Unfortunately, the story in Rhode Island is repeated across the country. While we stand on the threshold of a new economy powered by brainpower, state legislatures have been shifting budgets away from our higher education institutions. To make up the gap, schools have been raising tuitions. You can see how your state measures up from this site.

posted by Ed Morrison |

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