Shortcomings aside, Indiana has fewer regulations for higher education than most states
by Mike Leonard
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Legislature’s role questioned as IU wrestles with cutbacks
When state Sen. Luke Kenley blocked approval for construction projects at Indiana and Purdue universities last summer and demanded the state’s premier research institutions do more to make tuition affordable, it re-ignited the long-simmering debate over the state’s role in higher education
It’s critical to maintain edge at Indiana University, other state universities:
IU, other schools contribute vastly more than they cost and must be protected
First they were “state universities.” Then they were “state supported.” Now they are “state assisted.”