The new program comes as several other jurisdictions, including the states of New York and Rhode Island, are considering free tuition programs.
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Nearly 40 percent of working-aged Americans now hold a college degree, according to a new report from the Lumina Foundation.
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15 states have statutes on the books that allow students who have lived in the state for a set number of years, but who lack legal immigration status, to pay in-state tuition.
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Correspondent Rick Karr explores proposed legislation to allow undocumented students to benefit from in-state tuition rates at state colleges and universities in New Jersey. Cynthia Cruz, an undocumented immigrant, tells her story.
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