The U, by the way, ranked 10th in the world in both admissions numbers and in total student-to-faculty ratio in 2020.
Its ranking has been falling since 2020, when it was 14th.
So, there is a real issue of affordability and lack of resources.
A big issue is that U. S. colleges are getting more expensive.
So the real question is: How much more expensive will it get?
And there’s a reason for that.
I think it will come down to the states.
As the president of the American Council of Trustees and Alumni, Richard H. Painter, has said, states are the ones who determine whether the federal government will provide any money for higher education.
If you are not going to provide that money, it’s not going be available to educate people.
If states refuse to do it, the feds can do it.
And if they refuse to fund it, then it’s going to be really hard to attract students and to attract faculty.
But if you are able to provide it, that will help to make it more affordable.
In the case of California, the answer is, “We don’t think we should have to spend any more money.”
The state’s population has been growing steadily for decades, but its student population has grown more slowly.
And now that the cost of living is rising, the state’s economy is facing some pressure.
So in terms of the cost-of-living, it will become more expensive to educate.
But in terms, of affordability, that’s going down.
That’s what I think is really going to have a big impact.
That means if we are able, in the coming months and years, to convince states to fund this, that could mean the difference between having more and having less funding.
So what do you think?
Is this a good idea?
Should the U.s. spend more money?