Do you think state colleges will suffer financially while legislators re-evaluate the K-12 school system?
Asked at Lawrence Antique Mall, 830 Mass. on January 10, 2005
“If they cut back on college funding, the colleges will simply raise tuition or try and recruit more international students. They may also raise the price of sporting events, parking fees or other sources of income.”
“No, not really. The K-12 schools are the ones that are suffering. The state colleges have more private sources of income, so I think that they will be fine.”
“I think every state institution is suffering right now. We need to help those who need it most, whoever that may be.”
“They are suffering right now because of a lack of decision making in the Legislature, so I think they will continue to suffer.”