The Young Invincibles’ Annual Report on State Support for Higher Education; Or, Analogously, What If Almost Half of Your Students Received D’s and F’s

Here is the table summarizing the results from the Young Invincibles report on state support for higher education over this past year:

Young Invincibles Report 2015

The detailed profiles for each state are available at: http://www.studentimpactproject.org/state_report_cards

You can see from the table that four states have received A’s; ten have received B’s; thirteen have received C’s; twelve have received D’s; and eleven have received F’s.

These results provide a further demonstration that the decline in state support for higher education may have been exacerbated by the Great Recession, but it is more a reflection of an ideological antipathy toward adequately supporting public education than it is a consequence of any particular economic circumstances.

 

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