NH to make $35 million in state agency cuts [Healthcare vs. Higher Ed., Again]
After last Spring’s cuts, the State of New Hampshire provides only 5% of our operational budget at Keene State College. The word on the street is this new round of cuts will reduce it to 3%.
A lot of this is just due to garden variety political nuttery, but even so it is interesting that in every round the spending questions have pitted the state’s higher education system against health care cost pressures.
The current crop of politicians may go soon, but the health care disaster has just started, and when it comes to paying for education vs. helping someone in medical need, medical need [quite rightly] tends to win.
No matter what happens politically, doing more with less is going to be part of the educational landscape until health care costs stabilize.
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According to my think, we should divide this budget 50/50. Education and health both things are compulsory for any human. Overall you have taken out the right topic.
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The education system and the health system are the backbones of any country. We must pay attention first and not other things.
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