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By Jon Marcus, The Hechinger Report
Spending is down by $9 billion over the last decade, driving tuition up and frustrating the search for skilled workers.
When letters of admission go out soon from colleges and universities to hopeful applicants, they’ll be quickly followed by offers of financial aid some advocates for students say require a college degree to understand.
Higher education is facing great pressure to change -- both in the administrative offices and in the classrooms. Here are five less-visible developments on college campuses -- with implications big and small for students and their families.
By Scott Jaschik and Doug Lederman, Inside Higher Ed
President Obama Offers Plan to Make Colleges More Affordable and Accountable…
A new measure allowing college students to bypass banks and receive college aid directly from the government could pass alongside the health reform bill. Jeffrey Brown talks to Jason DeLisle of the New America Foundation and Renee Mang of Sallie…
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