Higher education: Of costs & value

Porter, David H.
March 1997
Liberal Education;Spring97, Vol. 83 Issue 2, p55
Opinion. Focuses on the cost of higher education in the United States. Services and opportunities offered to students in colleges and universities; Need for public understanding that fees being paid to institutions fall far short of covering the cost of all that is offered; Analysis of spending habits that reflect the value systems of Americans.


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