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Alaska's governor is trying to destroy its universities. The state may never recover | Cas Mudde

Mike Dunleavy wants to cut the Alaskan university system by $130m - a staggering 41% of its budgetWe rarely devote much attention to what happens in the largest state of the US. No, not Texas - Alaska, which is bigger, geographically, than the next three states combined (Texas, California and Montana). Separated from the mainland by Canada, Alaska is the biggest state yet has fewer inhabitants than the smallest (Rhode Island). This creates enormous challenges for governance, including in higher education. And Alaska governor Mike Dunleavy's new budget will make these challenges far, far worse.In a shocking example of political overreach, Dunleavy announced 182 line-item vetoes to his state's 2020 budget last week. He thereby cut the budget proposed by the Alaska legislature by almost $410m in general funds. Almost one-third of the cuts will come from the University of Alaska system, which will see its budget cut by $130m - a staggering 41%. Continue reading...
Zdroj: The Guardian

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