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Out of Control College Costs

Out of Control College Costs

James Koch, acting president of Partners 4 Affordable Excellence @EDU, a board of visitors professor of economics and a former president of Old Dominion University, recently penned this editorial that’s been published in Virginia newspapers this month.  I have been asked by many individuals why I support the efforts of Partners for Affordable Excellence @EDU, which has been an important…

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A student-led initiative helps reset tuition in Washington state, a success story that offers a roadmap for other states

A student-led initiative helps reset tuition in Washington state, a success story that offers a roadmap for other states

Spurred by a grassroots, student-led campaign, the state of Washington in a legislative action last year dialed back its tuition fees at state colleges and universities in a historic reset that’s the first of its kind in the country. Washington state lawmakers cut tuition at the state’s four-year colleges and universities by 15 to 20 percent in the 2015-17 budget.…

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Skyrocketing tuition in Virginia’s 15 public, four-year colleges and universities far outpaces rates of inflation, income

Skyrocketing tuition in Virginia’s 15 public, four-year colleges and universities far outpaces rates of inflation, income

Hikes in tuition and fees at Virginia’s public, four-year colleges and universities have soared as much as 263 percent in the past decade, far outpacing inflation and the median incomes of households in the commonwealth. Cumulatively, Virginia’s 15 public, four-year colleges and universities hiked tuition and fees an average of 88 percent over the past decade, according to a review…

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Join us to `ACT Now’ to stem the tide of rising college tuition costs and restore the American dream of higher education

Join us to `ACT Now’ to stem the tide of rising college tuition costs and restore the American dream of higher education

No one disputes that a college degree is now the “new high school” necessary to succeed in today’s economy, or that an educated society is crucial to our country’s ability to compete in today’s diversified global economy. Yet Virginia public four-year colleges and universities are now the seventh most expensive in the country. And in 2015, Virginia had zero—that’s right,…

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