We often hear that public universities raise their tuition due to state funding cuts, and some say an increase in government funding is needed to keep tuition down. AEI’s Jason D. Delisle takes a look at why tuition at many universities doesn’t go down regardless of funding conditions.
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ARTICLE — The disinvestment crisis: Don’t blame state budget cuts for rising tuition at public universities https://goo.gl/9C9d1r
SOURCE — Disinvesting in the Future? A Comprehensive Examination of the Effects of State Appropriations for Public Higher Education https://goo.gl/uC33fo
SOURCE — State divestment and tuition at public institutions https://goo.gl/7asWdW
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