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Federal Financial Aid Is The Real Reason College Costs Too Much
Federal student financial aid has permitted higher tuition fees, and helped finance an academic arms race where universities have hired small armies of bureaucrats, given professors low teaching loads so they can write articles on obscure topics that ...
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'Free Tuition' Plans Don't Solve the College Cost Problem
U.S. News & World Report
When Stanford University welcomed thousands of new freshmen into the fold late last month, school officials also said they would expand a financial aid program geared toward low- and middle-income students, offering free tuition to those whose families ...
Are Harvard, Yale, and Stanford really public universities?
Even the mayor of New York has trouble paying for college
Their daughter Chiara goes to Santa Clara University in California, while son Dante â€” who became a star during the mayoral campaign in 2013 â€” is currently a senior in high school and considering offers from top colleges. In a recent interview, the ...
Mayor de Blasio's New Challenge: Paying for 2 Children in College
NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio's son got into Brown and Yale universities
College Admissions News
- Are college admissions applications outdated and inefficient? - Washington Post
- Mon, 27 Apr 2015 16:07:02 GMT - Are college admissions applications outdated and inefficient?
Despite the stakes involved, the college admissions process remains incredibly inefficient, and in many ways, ineffective. Colleges annually buy lists from testing companies that have the names of hundreds of thousands of students who scored above a ...
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- College Admissions: Debunking the Myth of Prestige and Maximum Financial ... - Huffington Post
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Huffington PostCollege Admissions: Debunking the Myth of Prestige and Maximum Financial ...
Our goal at Synocate is to build a culture and framework for a student to find themselves before the college admissions process. In conjunction, we use data such as ROI to determine schools that fit the needs of parents and students, together. Here was ...
- Three Radical Proposals for a Broken College Admissions Process - New York Observer
- Wed, 15 Apr 2015 10:58:42 GMT -
New York ObserverThree Radical Proposals for a Broken College Admissions Process
New York Observer
In fact, spending $25,000 for a private college admission counselor won't guarantee that a high-achieving kid will get into an Ivy. It won't even secure a place on the waitlist, not without a mid-seven-figure contribution to the school's development fund.
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