Study finds Oklahoma leads US with higher education cuts
July 14, 2017
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — A recent study says Oklahoma is leading the U.S. in higher education cuts over the last five years.
The study conducted by Illinois State University shows that Oklahoma's appropriations for education have decreased since 2012 by nearly 18 percent.
The Illinois State University study found that appropriations for Louisiana, West Virginia, Alaska, Kentucky, Arkansas and Kansas have also decreased over the last five years
Oklahoma universities and colleges have increased tuition, cut programs, faculty and staff in an effort to make up for those cuts, the Tulsa World (htt...