The Jet Set in State Tax Support of Higher Education

Chambers, M. M.
March 1970
Journal of Higher Education;Mar1970, Vol. 41 Issue 3, p213
Academic Journal
The article talks about the rate of gain in appropriations of state tax funds for operating expenses of higher education. Seven of the top 14 states include: Hawaii with 742 percent, New York with 696 percent, Maine with 674 percent, Massachusetts with 601 percent, Connecticut with 554 percent, Rhode Island with 546.25 percent, and Kentucky with 538.5 percent. The bottom half are Missouri with 415 percent, Georgia with 416.25 percent, Ohio with 453.5 percent, Alaska with 462.5 percent, New Jersey with 474.25 percent, Pennsylvania with 475 percent, and North Carolina with 519 percent.


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