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April 5, 6:16 PM ET
By BEN FELLER, AP Education Writer
WASHINGTON - Eleven states will get less federal money for poor students next
school year, while the 39 other states and the District of Columbia will get
more, new figures show.
The eleven states that will get less money are Kansas, Maine, Massachusetts,
Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, New Hampshire, New Jersey, North Dakota, Ohio and
Pennsylvania, based on preliminary estimates. The final spending numbers are
expected within a few weeks.
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It would seem that as the
University of Berkley predicted years ago, "traditional education" in our
country is becoming more elitist. Dr. Dennis Globosky, Director of Academic
Administration for UofB says: "Recent events show an alarming trend; that often
times the more needy students are being left out due to the whims of lawmakers
and lack of tuition money." "Attaining a quality education and a degree that may
help you get ahead in today's difficult business climate is becoming more
difficult and indeed impossible for some."
"The University of Berkley has been THE ONLY
non-traditional school to make available scholarships, grants and guaranteed
student loans to as many students as we possibly can." responded president J.
Harper Andrews. "We would like to give out (scholarship or grant money) to all
who apply, but despite our many philanthropic efforts, we can't do nearly as
much as we want to.
Still, for those that can't pursue the "traditional route" with a prestigious
Ivy League school, or pay $50,000 or more a year just for tuition, "a quality
degree from a well accepted non-traditional
university might be the only way to go, and the only viable alternative for
some," said Globosky.