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South Carolina Lottery gave $5 billion for colleges. So why is tuition higher than ever?

South Carolina Lottery gave $5 billion for colleges. So why is tuition higher than ever? Tuition at S.C. schools is at an all-time high. Default rates are above the national average. And South ... read more

SC’s poor play the lottery, but the wealthier win the scholarships. Here’s why

Despite the lottery raising $5 billion since 2002 ... tendency for poor areas to fund scholarships for higher-income areas, S.C. Lottery spokeswoman Holli Armstrong said in an email “The South ... read more

Why is college tuition so high?

Weak state support for higher education in South Carolina is one reason why in-state ... whole story behind tuition increases. The college suffered a roughly $5.3 million drop in state appropriations ... read more

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Georgia Lottery Players Suckers Spending Most for Least

New York ranked third in the index, followed by Michigan and South Carolina ... reporting higher revenue than the year before, according to La Fleur’s, a lottery research firm in Rockville, Maryland. ... read more


Ex-state senator involved in Operation Lost Trust dies

Long was raised ... of South Carolina students don't graduate from high school. "So in that situation, what good are scholarships," he said. Hayes said public expectations may be unrealistic since ... read more

Ohio State University raised more money than ever last year

Improved access and affordability in higher education are ... State” campaign, which raised more than $3 billion over seven years. They also included the university’s first-ever Day of Giving, which ... read more

They promised the SC lottery would supplement education spending. It was a $2.5B lie

So although the lottery generated a record $435 million for education in the fiscal year that just ended, our public schools ... be around $5.2 billion. The lottery law doesn’t specify how much ... read more

Why students foot the bill for college sports, and how some are fighting back

In 2014, students at 32 schools paid a combined $125.5 ... South Carolina and Kansas have looked at their tuition bills and the surging amount of money flowing into athletics departments and asked ... read more

Dick and Betsy DeVos lift the veil on their $139M in philanthropy

Using data supplied by the family, Forbes put the extended DeVos family's lifetime giving at $1.33 billion -- or about a quarter of its estimated $5.2 billion ... do more than write annual checks -- ... read more

Running the numbers

That's a difference of $5.9 million. We did not get a clear answer from the lottery as to why a higher ... sales of $1.05 billion and paid only $7,898,208 to their vendor. So South Carolina paid less ... read more

South Carolina’s poor play the lottery, but the wealthier win the scholarships. Here’s why

South Carolina’s poor play the lottery, but the wealthier win the scholarships. Here’s why Orangeburg County has the 11th highest poverty rate in the state and has spent $1,274 per person on the ... read more

Education and the State of the Union: a perennial favorite

"Now, 67 percent of high school graduates are going on to college. That's up 10 percent since 1993. Yet millions of families still strain to pay college tuition. They need help. So I propose a ... read more



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