State support for higher education Eclipst $ 100 billion For the first time this fiscal year, Grapevine's last report on the financing projects of higher education of the State.

The report of the viticemia, organized by Executive Officials of Higher Education of the State The State University of Association and Illinois, is based on the survey data of the 50 States and Washington, DC, and offers a Preliminary appearance in the financing of higher education of the State in fiscal year 2022, which began on July 1, 2021.

Without factoring in federal money of stimuli, the total support of the State for Education Superior increased 8.5 percent year with the year in fiscal year 2022.

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    thirty-three assigned states $ 2.25 thousand minus NES in federal stimulus funds for higher education in fiscal year 2022, according to the UN report, in addition to federal funding sent directly to institutions. The financing of stimuli was leveled the higher education allocations year after year, so when federal dollars was mentioned as of the last three years, the total support of the State grew 6.5 percent this fiscal year, the Greater increase year after year from the Great Recession in 2008. \ "I think it shows that States prioritize higher education and understand that it is an important area to obtain funds and has been unfounded for a long time," said Laderman. Googleg.cmd.push (Function () Googleg. Show ("DFP-Ad-Article_in_Article"););

    Of the $ 105.5 billion in Total State supports this fiscal year, the average operations financed in public institutions of four years and 22.8 percent of operations financed in the public universities of two years. Another 10.3 percent paid for research, agricultural extension, hospitals and medicine schools. Around 13 percent financed state financial aid, and the remaining 3.1 percent went to the agency's financing, the operations of the private institution, non-reconstituted credits and other expenses.

    "We saw increases in each of those areas, which is really great, which is really great, but we also see that about half of the state's total support is destined for four-year institutions, and Another 10 percent goes to research, while the two-year institutions received less than a quarter of the total state support, "said Laderman. "I think it's interesting to look at how the institutions are financed differently and inequalities in the types of institutions."

    The gap in support between the institutions of two years and four years could be due in part at different levels of registration. Four-year universities generally enroll full-time students than two-year institutions, and financing levels are often based on equivalent full-time registrations, said Laderman. At the same time, some states as California enroll more full-time students in the two-year sector and are still assigned less dollars to those institutions than to the four-year public universities.

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    while playing state funding levels for the fiscal year Current, published more than a year before the finance report of higher education of the most complete and definitive state, the vine. The report has several warnings. First, the current fiscal year does not end until June 30. It is possible that state funding levels can change over the next five months. Second, your numbers are not.

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