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Author(s):Trombley, W
Title:College affordability in jeopardy: The rising price of higher education
Source:http://www.highereducation.org/reports/affordab...
Date:2003
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Short Description:Offers a snapshot of the current recession and its impact on state higher education budgets enacted and revised in the last half of 2002.
Annotation:This supplement to the Winter 2003 issue of National CrossTalk offers a snapshot of the current recession and its impact on state higher education budgets enacted and revised in the last half of 2002. It is a composite drawn from the most credible national sources of higher education information in the states at the beginning of the 2003 legislative sessions, with principal focus on three key policy variables: state appropriations, tuition and required fees, and state-funded student financial aid.
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Affordability, Tuition and College Costs
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Financial Aid
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