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Jun 23 2015 - 04:48am
Federal Money for Education Surpasses States’ Contributions
This article highlights the differences between federal and state funds towards higher education. According to the article, "federal per-student spending increased by 32 percent, while state spending dropped by 37 percent", state funds for students should be revised. If federal and state funds grow in parallel to each other, maybe, just maybe, education can be affordable for some of us.
|By: Sarpong Adjei|727 Reads