"The uptick in state funding for higher education began last year, when 30 states increased spending for public colleges and universities, according to an analysis by the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities. That reversed five years of cuts in every state except Wyoming and North Dakota. During that time, tuition increased by more than 15% in 40 states and more than 50% in seven states after adjusting for inflation, says the center, which focuses on issues affecting low- and moderate-income families and individuals." --educationnews.org
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