Missouri schools obviously aren’t the only ones suffering from a sluggish economy. From the New York Times:
Hard hit by budget cuts, the California State University system is planning to cut its enrollment by 10,000 students for the 2009-10 academic year, unless state lawmakers provide more money.
“We can’t continue to admit more and more students without receiving adequate funding,” Chancellor Charles B. Reed said Monday.
It would be the first time in its history that the university system turned away students who met admissions standards, and the announcement was greeted with disappointment and anger.
Read more at NYTimes.com.