Policy Brief: UMass Has a Spending Problem

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Author: Greg Sullivan

Date: 6/6/2018

Pioneer’s Director of Research, Greg Sullivan, releases a follow-up policy brief to address the source of UMass’ financial woes. The University of Massachusetts claims admissions policies that favor out-of-state students over in-state residents are required as a result of insufficient state funding growth, but the data tell a different story.

 

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