(35.)State Higher Education Executive Officers Association, "New York Bureau of Proprietary School Supervision," http://sheeo.org/sheeo_surveys/user/59; and State Higher Education Executive Officers
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Issued by the Illinois State University Center for the Study of Education Policy and the State Higher Education Executive Officers
, Grapevine reported that total state support for higher education in 2009-10 was $79.4 billion, a decline of 1.1 percent from a year earlier.
A new report from the State Higher Education Executive Officers
, or SHEEO, shows a rebound in constant dollar-per-student state and local funding in 2006.
By the end of this year, the higher education think tank based at Brown University in Providence, R.I., will have conducted nine focus groups--co-sponsored by the National Conference of State Legislatures, the State Higher Education Executive Officers
Association and the Education Commission of the States-with state policymakers, academic leaders and faculty.
Professional Organizations: Student Loan Marketing Association, 1994-present; State Higher Education Executive Officers
(SHEEO), 1990-present; Southern Regional Education Board, 1990-present; Arkansas Business and Education Alliance, 1991-present; Arkansas School of Mathematics and Science, 1991-present; Arkansas Police Corps Planning Commission, 1995; Arkansas Science and Technology Authority board, 1991-present.
In 2010, state and local appropriations for higher ed hit the lowest level in 25 years, $6,451 per fulltime equivalent, according to State Higher Education Executive Officers
, or SHEEO.
But policy experts from the National Conference of State Legislatures and State Higher Education Executive Officers
stressed that states need to approach appropriations, tuition and financial aid as one package, rather than treat each as a separate issue.
Local and state spending per student on higher education is at a 25-year low, forcing students and families to shoulder a greater share of the cost of college, according to the annual report of the State Higher Education Executive Officers
Since last year, the State Higher Education Executive Officers
have added to the public dialogue with the release of a series of reports, including trends in national degree production and costs related to postsecondary completions and sub-baccalaureate certificate and degree growth.
Paul Lingenfelter, executive director of the State Higher Education Executive Officers
This report summarizes full-time equivalent enrollment, state and local higher education appropriations, and tuition revenue data collected through the State Higher Education Executive Officers
(SHEEO) finance survey.