Mass. Spending More On Corrections Than Higher Ed

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For the first time in at least 35 years, Massachusetts is spending more on prisons and jails than on public higher education, the Boston Globe says. Quoting from a report of the Massachusetts Taxpayers Foundation, the Globe says this year’s state budget included $816 million for campuses and student financial aid, and $830 million for
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