Higher Education Takes a Hit in State Funding in 2003-2004

January 2004
Educational Marketer;1/12/2004, Vol. 35 Issue 1, p4
Trade Publication
Reports that state appropriations for higher education declined in 2003-2004 in the U.S. Effect on the purchase of instructional materials; Increase in appropriations for higher education in Nevada and Hawaii; List of countries which lowered its budget for higher education.


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