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Author(s):Lumina Foundation for Education
Title: Course corrections: Experts offer solutions to the college cost crisis
Source:http://www.collegecosts.info/pdfs/solution_pape...
Date:2005
Organization:College Costs
Short Description:Experts offer ideas to attenuate the rising affordability gap in American higher education.
Annotation:Experts offer ideas to attenuate the rising affordability gap in American higher education. Authors focus on cost-saving measures to reduce college costs and investment strategies to increase student aid.
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Affordability, Tuition and College Costs
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Merit-based Aid
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