Public Higher Ed Should Be Free to All

Shure, John
March 2004
njbiz;3/15/2004, Vol. 17 Issue 11, p11
Discusses several issues on higher education in the U.S. Percentage increase in tuition at public colleges and universities in 2003; Details of the STARS college assistance program by New Jersey Governor James E. McGreevey; Number of students who have benefited from the HOPE Scholarship Program in Georgia.


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