The US Department of Labor is looking to study how colleges and universities use their money to pay for higher education.
According to a new report from the Office of Management and Budget, the government is looking at how colleges use grant dollars to pay full-time professors.
The report is an update to the previous one released in October 2016, which analyzed how colleges used grants to pay professors.
The report does not examine how grant money is spent on other aspects of the academic experience.
It is also not expected to have any direct impact on the federal budget.
The new report comes as the government prepares to unveil a new round of federal student aid regulations in December.
It also comes after the Trump administration’s proposal to cut Pell grants for high-need students, which was supported by the Republican Party.
The proposed cuts to Pell grants would hit the lowest-income students in particular.
They would likely hit low-income student’s tuition and fees, which would likely impact their ability to pay the higher tuition and fee rates.
The Trump administration released a similar proposal in December of 2016, and the current proposal is the latest to propose cuts to college funding.
The plan was initially opposed by Republicans and other Democrats, but the proposals was ultimately supported by many Republicans.