Mar 5, 2010
Because Texas lawmakers subsequently have failed to adequately fund higher education, regents at the University of Houston and other state systems are caught in a fiscal squeeze. They must choose between damaging academic quality with layoffs and program cuts or passing along the pain to students. One exception: Texas Tech imposed a tuition freeze this past year. But for the most part it is the students who are paying more to shore up Lone Star universities.
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