Nursing schools scramble to avoid budget cuts

01/26/2009 | Chattanooga Times Free Press (Tenn.)

Higher education budget cuts are adding to problems faced by nursing schools in Tennessee and Georgia that are trying to train new nurses in the midst of a nurse shortage. Programs are looking for outside funding and reducing spending to ensure they can retain faculty and enrollment slots, but some schools still expect to see undergraduate enrollment reductions.

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