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Savannah, MO (2013-04-26)
How much money the state gives a school could be determined by students' ability to get jobs out of college.
This proposal, under a new higher education funding formula, gained first round approval in the state Senate this week. Savannah Republican Senator Brad Lager says linking career placement to a school's state funding would provide an incentive for colleges and universities to ensure their graduates enter the workforce.
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