UW–Madison Chancellor Talks Tuition, Diversity And Budget Cuts
The average cost of college tuition is about $32,000 a year for private schools and a little under $10,000 a year for in-state residents going to public schools, according to the College Board.
Those public schools, though, have an additional challenge because they also rely on state tax dollars for funding – and many states have cut back, including Wisconsin.
As part of our View from the Top conversation series, Here & Now’s Jeremy Hobson talks with Rebecca Blank, chancellor at the University of Wisconsin–Madison, about the challenges she faces in leading the school.
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