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- Eight states, though, are still cutting, and in almost all states including those that are have boosted their support higher education funding remains well below pre-recession levels. Forty-eight states all except Alaska and North Dakota are spending less per student than they did before the recession.[1]. - He says the economic recession marked a difficult period for state funding of public universities. Only five American states, Indiana, Montana, Ne.ska, North Dakota and Wyoming, are still spending as much or more on public higher education as they were in 2008. Overall, the national average of per . - New Hampshire allocates relatively few dollars to public higher education by certain key metrics compared to all other states.. - In 2017, inflation-adjusted overall state funding for public two- and four-year colleges was almost $9 billion less than it was in 2008. That grim statistic comes courtesy of a new report from the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, a liberal think tank, on America 's "lost decade" of higher education funding..

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