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Author(s):Dickeson, R
Title:Collision course: Rising college costs threaten America’s future and require shared solutions
Short Description:Intended to be a first step toward the creative application of practical, low-cost strategies to address rising college costs.
Annotation:This policy brief is intended to be a first step toward the creative application of practical, low-cost strategies to address rising college costs. The strategies presented in this report are not intended to be comprehensive, rather they represent movement toward elevated discourse regarding solutions to the crisis in college costs.
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Associated Keywords:
Affordability, Tuition and College Costs
Pell Grants

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