Indiana revises its performance-funding formula, putting new emphasis on progress toward degree, but not all institutions see an equal shot at the money.
As states pull support for higher education construction, cities offer incentives to develop new campuses.
Washington State creates public-private scholarship where corporate donors call the shots on how to spend and invest the fund, which includes state money.
Connecticut is merging higher education systems to save money and improve degree production. The still-forming board is working to convince community colleges they won't get lost in the shuffle.
With tuition continuing to rise, College Board reports find the burden of paying for college shifting from states to the federal government.
Tea Party groups expect to influence statewide elections to pick new members of Michigan's higher education governing boards.
After three years of appropriations cuts, public colleges use tuition increases to draw attention to what the state is no longer providing.
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