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Author(s):American Council on Education
Title:Facts about college access and affordability
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Date:2008
Organization:American Council on Education
Short Description:A new report to Congress by the Government Accountability Office paints a far different picture of college affordability than the rhetoric on Capitol Hill and in the media would suggest. This publication summarizes the report Higher Education: Tuition Continues to Rise, But Patterns Vary by Institution Type, Enrollment, and Educational Expenditures.
Annotation:A new report to Congress by the Government Accountability Office paints a far different picture of college affordability than the rhetoric on Capitol Hill and in the media would suggest. The report, Higher Education: Tuition Continues to Rise, But Patterns Vary by Institution Type, Enrollment, and Educational Expenditures, refutes common misperceptions about college costs.
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Affordability, Tuition and College Costs
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