All educational problems may not be solved by money, but money is part of the answer to some educational concerns.
The story in Florida is that more than 60,000 students may not be able to enroll in Florida’s 11 public universities by 2012 due to budget cuts for higher education.
At the University of Florida, 28,000 applications have been received for admission for the 2008-2009 school year. UF will be admitting about 6,600. Funding for higher education will be a hot topic for the upcoming session of the Florida legislature.