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West Virginia’s Performance Funding Model Should Work to Avoid Unintended Consequences

Written by Sean O'Leary on April 25, 2018

The West Virginia Higher Education Policy Commission has been developing a model of performance-based funding for West Virginias higher education institutions, as mandated by the legislature. While 37 states have adopted some form of performance-based funding models for higher education, they have not all been successful, and have led to some unintended consequences.

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