The Great Recession saw most states drastically cut their spending on public colleges, leading most of those colleges to increase their tuition. As the national economy continues to recover, how has state funding for postsecondary education fared and what does it mean for students and their families?
- Danielle Douglas-Gabriel, The Washington Post (Moderator)
- Daniel Hurley, American Association of State Colleges and Universities
- Laura Perna, University of Pennsylvania
- Ray Scheppach, University of Virginia