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Privatization of Universities and a New Social Compact: Trends in Funding – Robert F. Rich
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Privatization of Universities and a New Social Compact: Trends in Funding
Robert F. Rich
There is no good news concerning the prospects for higher education funding for public universities in the United States. This paper focuses on the response of some institutions of public higher education in the United States given the trend toward decreasing support from state general revenue funds (GRF): increased reliance on revenue generated thru tuition especially from out-of-state and international students, increased reliance on grants and contracts as well as endowments, and increased autonomy as evidenced thru deregulation. Some experts have characterized these trends as a move toward privatization.
1. Privatization and Higher Education
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