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For-profit college costs surpass nonprofit peers — Bloomberg News
The average cost of attending a four-year for-profit college surpassed expenses at both U.S. state and private nonprofit universities, a government report found.
Report shows education choices expanding across U.S. — Associated Press
When it comes to education choices - from kindergarten up through college - the decision is no longer simple. Children don't just attend their neighborhood public school anymore. They often choose between that and the charter school across town as the number of students enrolled in charter schools has more than tripled since 2000.
Growth in Education Spending Slowed in 2009 — The New York Times
The nation’s overall education spending grew at a slower pace in 2009 than at any other time in more than a decade, amid deepening state fiscal woes and flatter tax revenues, according to new census figures.
Chancellor discusses state budget crisis
PASSHE Chancellor John C. Cavanaugh will be appearing on Pennsylvania Newsmakers, which airs on various stations throughout the state. The chancellor will be discussing the proposed budget with host Terry Madonna. In addition to the scheduled rebroadcasts, the show can be viewed anytime online.
The chancellor also recently appeared along with Budget Secretary Charles Zogby on Smart Talk on WITF-TV and has been invited to address the Pennsylvania Press Club on April 18. The program is aired live on PCN and will be rebroadcast several times.