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Iowa Ideas at The Gazette
Audio: replay conversations from Iowa Ideas 2017
What's less certain is what should be done to fund higher education in Iowa, how tuition increases will impact students and Iowans long-term and what solutions might be possible.
At Iowa Ideas 2017, September 20-22 in Cedar Rapids, we gathered stakeholders with multiple points of view to discuss funding for higher education.
-- Tom Mortenson, senior scholar at the Pell Institute for the Study of Opportunity in Higher Education
-- Jacob Simpson, University of Iowa Student Government president
-- Larry McKibben, board member of the Iowa Board of Regents
-- Herman Quirmbach, D-Ames, Iowa State Senator
-- Moderator: Vanessa Miller, Gazette Higher Education reporter
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Full story based on this conversation: Iowa Regent doesn't see tuition increasing 7 percent
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