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Author(s):Baum, S
Title:Paying for college: Distinguishing between cost and price
Source:http://www.jff.org/publications/education/payin...
Date:2009
Organization:Jobs for the Future
Short Description:Before developing potential solutions to the problem of college affordability, it is essential to understand the basic tenets of college finance and how key concepts fit into the big picture of making educational opportunity affordable.
Annotation:Before developing potential solutions to the problem of college affordability, it is essential to understand the basic tenets of college finance and how key concepts fit into the big picture of making educational opportunity affordable. Although the concepts may not appear complicated, misconceptions about how institutions receive funding and what they do with it commonly lead to misunderstandings about the feasibility of various approaches to solving their financial problems.
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Associated Keywords:
Affordability, Tuition and College Costs
College Access
National Perspectives
Saving for College

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