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12-11-2012, 10:51 PM
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Originally Posted by buddahsmoka1 View Post

That is not 'cooking the books.'

Government cuts on expenditures occur all the time. When they do occur, government institutions need to reduce their own expenditures to make ends meet.

Logically speaking, if they aren't going to increase tuition costs on students, expenditures need to be cut.

Cooking the books would be submitting fraudulent budgets to the public. This is neither fraudulent nor out of the ordinary.

This is of course ignoring the millions of dollars universities spend on administration, and full-time salaries.

Once again, I would like to see some actual evidence that universities are all of a sudden not providing wireless internet or computers to students.

This sounds like more of an argument from someone who sells universities these types of programs and is worried about their 'bottom line.'
You can play cute but that is passing the buck and cooking the books.

As for millions of wasted dollars on administration, you keep cutting that and see how our education stacks up internationally.

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