Arizona’s top court agrees to review lawsuit over rising tuition at public universities

Natalie Schwartz, Education Dive

The Arizona Supreme Court agreed this week to review a dismissed lawsuit that takes aim at rising tuition rates at the state’s public universities.   The Arizona attorney general alleges in the lawsuit that tuition increases at the state’s public universities violate the state constitution’s mandate to keep higher education “as nearly free as possible.” The legal battle comes as universities nationwide are struggling to curb tuition increases after years of wavering state support.

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