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Funding increase of $300m sought for education

Report targets public colleges

By Jenna Russell
Globe Staff / March 27, 2005

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A dramatic infusion of state money is needed to stop a slide in quality and make education more affordable at public colleges in Massachusetts, according to a new report by a legislative task force, which proposes the state increase spending on higher education by one-third, or as much as $300 million, in the next five to seven years. (Full article: 1123 words)

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