As they prepare for new leaders and contend with continued fiscal challenges, Minnesota’s two public university systems need to focus on controlling costs and raising quality, according to a new report card.
The Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE) wrote a review of FFM's recently released report on Minnesota higher education with the American Council of Trustees and Alumni (ACTA).
A commentary piece by FFM CEO Annette Meeks and American Council of Trustees and Alumni (ACTA) president Anne D. Neal ran in the Star Tribune today. The piece, which references the recently released report by the two organizations, examines the increases in both tuition and spending and what these institutions can do to "earn the funding they seek.
Not just for special interest groups like teachers, higher education, subsidized housing advocates, green energy contractors, arts groups, andgovernment workers at every level, but also for the media and watchdog organizations exposing thousands of nonexistent jobs supposedly saved or created by the binge spending, a not so transparent process and hundreds of phantom congressional districts.
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