Full Committee Hearing

Report Card on Tax Exemptions and Incentives for Higher Education: Pass, Fail, or Need Improvement?


Date: Tuesday, December 5, 2006 Time: 10:00 AM Location: 215 Dirksen Senate Office Building

Member Statements


  1.  Chuck Grassley (R - IA)
  2. Senator Max Baucus (D - MT)

Witnesses


  1. Daniel Golden
    Deputy Bureau Chief, Boston Bureau
    The Wall Street Journal
    Boston , MA
  2. Bridget Terry Long
    Associate Professor of Education and Economics
    Harvard University
    Cambridge , MA
  3. James Johnson Duderstadt
    President Emeritus, University Professor of Science and Engineering
    University of Michigan
    Ann Arbor , MI
  4. Patricia McGuire
    President
    Trinity (Washington) University
    Washington , DC
  5. Susan Dynarski
    Assistant Professor of Public Policy
    Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University
    Cambridge , MA
  6. Michael Brostek
    Director, Tax Issues, Strategic Issues Team
    United States Government Accountability Office
    Washington , DC

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