Friday, December 12, 2014

State Board of Education seeks increase in tuition for public colleges, which has been frozen for three years - LYNN ARDITI, Providence Journal

The Rhode Island Board of Education on Monday will consider budget requests for the next fiscal year to increase spending on the state’s public schools and colleges by more than $62 million. The proposed spending plans include $50.3 million more to run the state’s public schools and $12.6 million more for the state’s public colleges for fiscal 2016, which begins July 1, 2015. If the budget request for higher education is approved, students at Rhode Island’s three public colleges could see their first tuition hike in three years.

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