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Document Number: 8625

Tuition-Setting Authority and Deregulation at State Colleges and Universities - The arguments for and against tuition deregulation not only involve finance, but also policy and emotion. Declining state appropriations over time, combined with recession-driven state budget cuts compounded by recession-driven enrollment surges, bring the issue of tuition regulation to the fore for many state colleges and universities with few funding sources other than state appropriations or tuition. (Lesley McBain, American Association of State Colleges and Universities, May 2010)...


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