But the practice where she works has been desperately trying to hire another eye doctor for over a year now. They can't find anyone b/c the service area is mostly rural.
You can squawk about bullsh*t all you want, but the reality is most state university systems have studied this issue and identified it as a barrier to improving 4yr graduation rates
But, whether merited or not, a large % of jobs in a large % of industries req a BA/BS/+ now
Certainly should be one piece of the puzzle
The net result has been voluntary cuts, then NCGA-added cuts (since "they were wasting $$!"), approval for even higher tuition rates to make up the difference, leading to even more loans
It was $10,193.67 in 2008-09.
This was after the university self-identified places to cut its budget as part of the UNC Tomorrow plan
Required costs (excludes room & board) for in-state students –
Costs went up 3x after self-identified budget cuts for UNC Tomorrow
The hikes during the 1998-2008 span were under D-majority legislatures. They didn't appreciably cut taxes, they just spent the money elsewhere
Different scenario here IMO
When public university cost of attendance was 1/11th what it is today.
You're not making the point you think you're making.
(His wife's was from 20yrs ago. He intentionally avoids mentioning his own, meaning he's older than she is.)
You: "College in '96"
2018 - 1996 == 22 == "20+"
Evidently you didn't get a degree in a STEM field
Fabricating cover stories is hard
Rs need to develop policy solutions to this problems, as a pure matter of political self-preservation
Rs thus far have responded with Trumpism, which is a combination of Big Guv'mint policies that won't work paired with ethnonationalism
Learn your addition and subtraction tables, then get back to us
It's sad, tbh
Agree or disagree with whether it's wise, but it's undoubtedly constitutional
So yes, rates have changed pretty remarkably since you graduated with your most-recent degree
Spent 5 of those years as a college dropout
You're witty though
You're probably the type who thinks we could cut tuition rates if we just had fewer PE classes
You and your elitist "context." What is English, anyway?