MoneyWatch The amount being spent per student at public colleges and universities has sunk to its lowest level in at least 25 years. This is the third year in a row of declining state support. This grim news comes from a new report by the State Higher Education Executive Officers , which documented the continuing decline of state support for public colleges and universities. The annual report also illustrates another disturbing trend: Net tuition revenue from students and parents covered 47 percent of public higher-ed costs. In comparison, in , families only had to cover In some systems, such as the University of California, tuition now provides more than 50 percent of the revenue.
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Nancy Folbre is an economics professor at the University of Massachusetts Amherst. The budget of the public higher education system of California has been slashed by over 20 percent, on top of previous cuts. Faculty and student protests kicked into place the first week of classes, reflecting enormous contention over the best way to respond. The percentage of total spending at state universities provided by state tax revenue has been sinking for more than 20 years. Declining state support leads to higher sticker prices.
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A state university system in the United States is a group of public universities supported by an individual state , territory or federal district. These systems constitute the majority of public-funded universities in the country. Each state supports at least one such system. State university systems should not be confused with federally funded colleges and universities, at which attendance is limited to military personnel and government employees.
The Ohio State University. Public support for higher education has waned in recent years. Universities have lost public support in recent years. In order to get it back, college presidents should worry less about how their institutions fare in college rankings and focus more on affordability, great teaching and doing research that matters most to the communities they serve. The book comes at a time when an increasing number of Americans — mostly Republicans — have lost confidence in higher education.