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10 consequences of state cuts to public higher education | On Campus

10 consequences of state cuts to public higher education | On Campus | college football realignment | Scoop.it

When states cut spending on higher education, it’s not just a matter of colleges doing more with less.

The consequences appear to go much further.

 

The long decline in state funding for higher education — lasting a couple of decades or more in some states — appears to have caused or accelerated some major changes in how some state-run colleges and universities function.

 

The trend is so strong it has caused CFOs of public colleges and universities to rank declining state funding as, in the words of the Chronicle of Higher Education, “far and away the most worrisome factor facing their institutions.”


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educational objectives and college football revenues

Major change is on its way to big-time college football after years of debate among fans, sports media, Congress and even President Barack Obama about how the sport crowns its national champion. The...

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Alvarez Wants to Play Iowa Every Year | Big Ten

Big Ten divisional realignment is starting to clear up. Really, it is: http://t.co/AO8te1SB #hawkeyes #b1G
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Big 12 expansion: FSU, Clemson, Louisville ID'd as potential candidates

Big 12 expansion: FSU, Clemson, Louisville ID'd as potential candidates | college football realignment | Scoop.it
The Big 12 has targeted the Florida State Seminoles, Clemson Tigers and Louisville Cardinals as potential candidates to expand and realign into their conference. (Back then they didn't want me. Now Im hot, they all on me.
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The NCAA vs. Student Athletes: The End of the 'the Best Business Model in the ... - The Atlantic

The NCAA vs. Student Athletes: The End of the 'the Best Business Model in the ... - The Atlantic | college football realignment | Scoop.it
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USA: Deadline looms for major higher education cuts

The higher education sector in the United States may experience a fiscal blow in the new year of across-the-board cuts to federal domestic programmes, including many that are related to higher education, if Congress fails to strike a deal by the end of the year to reduce the deficit.

The automatic cuts, known as sequestration, were established last year as part of the Budget Control Act, which requires cuts of $109 billion a year for the next nine years. (...) - by Alison Moodie, 7 October 2012, University World News


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Notre Dame Revival Brings Revenue Bonanza to Football Opponents

Notre Dame Revival Brings Revenue Bonanza to Football Opponents | college football realignment | Scoop.it

Notre Dame’s football team is undefeated after five games for the first time in a decade.

That’s good news for their opponents.

In the history of College Football, many teams have 20 years of success.   Notre Dame had a stretch of 20 years of no success, but is back to their tradition of being at or near the top.


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Louisville safeguards thriving football legacy by retaining Strong for ...

Louisville safeguards thriving football legacy by retaining Strong for ... | college football realignment | Scoop.it
This Wednesday, U. Louisville announced that a new contract had been established between the university and the football program's head coach, Charlie Strong.
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K-State signs Snyder to new 5 year contract - KSN-TV

K-State signs Snyder to new 5 year contract - KSN-TV | college football realignment | Scoop.it
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K-State signs Snyder to new 5 year contract
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"We are so fortunate to have one of the very best coaches in college football history who also fully embraces and understands the value and mission of our university.
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