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Author(s):Malveaux, J
Title:What's at stake? The social and economic benefits of higher education
Organization:College Board
Short Description:Argues that higher education is a public good, rather than just a personal investment, and should be supported by grants, rather than an over-reliance on student loans.
Annotation:This article argues that higher education is a public good, rather than just a personal investment, and should be supported by grants, rather than an over-reliance on student loans. The myriad social and economic benefits of higher education deserve taxpayer support, as they benefit society as whole, not just the individual consumer.
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Financial Aid
National Perspectives
Social and Economic Benefits/Economic Development

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