Having spent close to two decades working at some of West Virginia’s most aggressive postsecondary institutions, including Marshall University and West Liberty University, Robin Capehart has witnessed firsthand the gradual decline of the state’s public higher education system. In a recent article for the Public Policy Foundation of West Virginia, Robin Capehart outlines how an ever-increasing avalanche of government-imposed rules and regulations, combined with decreasing levels of state funding, are slowly but surely eroding the competitive advantage of West Virginia’s postsecondary schools.
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