Pennsylvania needs more educated people in its workforce but the cost of obtaining that post-secondary education in state is out of reach for many.

It’s a dilemma that the leader of Pennsylvania’s state universities said is one is of critical importance to the state’s economy – and one that requires a higher level of investment from the state.

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