Massachusetts public higher education is too important to too many people to be underfunded.
State funding for public higher education has declined by more than $700 million – or 42 percent – since 2002.
We must reverse this trend!
Ask your state legislators to invest in Massachusetts
Just the Facts on House Bill 1086: An Act to Maintain Facultyand College Excellence
Just the Facts on Senate Bill 585: An Act to Establish a Commission on the Funding Needsfor Quality Public Higher Education
Governor's 2014 budget proposes including major investments in education
A call for more higher ed funding (MTA Today, April/May 2012)
Massachusetts Public Higher Education Advocacy Day (2012 video)
Faculty, staff, students and administrators come together to ask legislators for increased funding (2012 photos)
State Education Funding Spreadsheets
State spending on higher education rebounds in most states after years of decline (The Chronicle of Higher Education)
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