The Iowa Board of Regents is not planning to consider the first of two required readings for 2019-2020 tuition rates during its meeting next week because the regents don’t know enough about the state’s funding for public universities, the Cedar Rapids Gazette reports. The readings are required for the board to enact a new five-year tuition model announced in November, which ensures regents would set rates once a year, with no last-minute changes due to lawmaker cuts in funding.