In a tight economy and with a growing number of jobs calling for college-educated workers, Ohio is investing more taxpayer dollars in higher education under the new state budget that devotes nearly $1.8 billion to public schools and universities.
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The Dayton Daily News analyzed the funding for every public campus in Ohio to determine winners and losers in the upcoming state budget.
Graphics: See in-depth statistics on how all of Ohio’s community colleges, regional and public universities fared in the state’s $1.7 billion budget for higher education.