“Most Americans believe state spending for public universities and colleges has, in fact, increased or at least held steady over the last 10 years, according to a new survey by American Public Media. They’re wrong.”
Most Americans don’t realize state funding for higher ed fell by billions | PBS NewsHour
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Most Americans don’t realize state funding for higher ed fell by billions
Most Americans believe state spending for public universities and colleges has, in fact, increased or at least held steady over the last 10 years, according to a new survey. They’re wrong. (via )
Most Americans don’t realize state funding for higher ed fell by billions | PBS NewsHour
I'm always surprised people think bloated faculty salaries drove up tuition for higher education, even as temp working adjuncts replaced professors. Shrinking public funding, tax cuts, and corporate models (bloated middle-management) explain so much.
Most Americans don’t realize state funding for higher ed fell by billions | PBS NewsHour
been defunding Public schools for decades ,, #Fact
Most Americans don’t realize state funding for higher ed fell by billions. "We’re really damaging the future of our competitiveness and I would argue even our security," says former education official.
"Most Americans believe state spending for public universities and colleges has increased or at least held steady over the last 10 years... This disconnect between financial realities and public perception has far-reaching political implications."
Most Americans don't realize state funding for higher ed fell by billions
Tuition is higher. Faculty and staff wages and benefits are stagnant or lower. Yes. But funding has been slashed again and again. Now, we’re getting down to the bone. It’s really hard to manage ever-decreasing funds well.
"Most Americans believe state spending for public universities and colleges has, in fact, increased or at least held steady over the last 10 years, according to a new survey by American Public Media. "They’re wrong."
Most Americans believe state spending for public universities and colleges has increased or at least held steady over the last 10 years... They’re wrong. States have collectively scaled back their annual higher education funding by $9 billion"
Most Americans don't realize state funding for higher ed fell by billions over the last 10 years
Most Americans don't realize state funding for higher ed fell by billions
Most Americans don't realize state funding for higher ed fell by billions
“Ten years ago, students and their families paid for about a third of university operating costs, says SHEEO. Now they pay for nearly half.”
Most Americans don't realize state funding for higher ed fell by billions
Most Americans don’t realize state funding for higher ed fell by billions | PBS NewsHour #SAHE740
This study of declining govt. support for US higher ed. is truly alarming. Higher Ed. critical difference between wellbeing and penury. But state support slashed by 16% in last decade. Most Americans wrongly think state funding has increased or steady