- State-by-State Fact Sheets: Higher Education Cuts Jeopardize Students’ and States’ Economic Future
These fact sheets from the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities show that funding cuts have often been accompanied by tuition hikes and cuts in campus staff and programs that may reduce the quality of education for students.
- Outsourcing Higher Education Support Services: The Wrong Choice
State funding for higher education has been on the decline for decades. But privatization-based cost saving measures lead to a loss of accountability, fail to save money and lower the quality of services, while harming workers and the local economy.
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Higher education updates from the AFSCME Information Highway
- Students in Puerto Rico Protest Education Budget Cuts in the Wake of Recovery From Hurricane Maria
- Reports: Free College Programs Don’t Benefit Low-Income Students
- Improving Occupational Licensing with Sunrise and Sunset Reviews
- They Say Their Buildings Are Making Them Sick. Administrators Say They’ve Done All They Can.
- Approaching a Tipping Point? A History and Prospectus of Funding for the University of California
Higher education coverage from the AFSCME Privatization Update
- Pa.’s student aid agency outsources jobs in hopes of increasing profits – and money for state grants
- The State Lawsuit That Could Set a Precedent for Nationwide Student-Loan Refunds
- Trump Administration Backs Off Reshuffling of Student Debt Collection
- The Woman Standing in the Way of the Privatization of Thousands of Jobs in Tennessee Was Just Fired
- Privatized student housing – Four key trends will differentiate older and newer P3 projects next year