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April 22, 2012 12:00 AM

Florida must reverse disinvestment trend in higher education

Tallahassee's policies on higher education make a mockery of Florida's commitment to economic competitiveness, business development and job creation. The state's university and college systems continue to come under fiscal attack from the Legislature despite rising fears that the business community will not be able to find enough qualified graduates to fill critical job openings that require postsecondary degrees.

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