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Four North Carolinians 18 and Older to Win $1 Million; Four North Carolinians 12 to 17 to Win $125,000 for Post-Secondary Education
Four North Carolinians 18 and Older to Win $1 Million; Four North Carolinians 12 to 17 to Win $125,000 for Post-Secondary Education
 
For too many politicians and presidential hopefuls, a free college education is a cure-all for inequality in America—so long as the federal government can pour enough money into it.
For too many politicians and presidential hopefuls, a free college education is a cure-all for inequality in America—so long as the federal government can pour enough money into it.
 
Two facts about colleges stand out. First, they are largely (some argue almost entirely) a "private" good; that is to say, the benefits from college attendance accrue mainly to the student, not to society at large
Two facts about colleges stand out. First, they are largely (some argue almost entirely) a "private" good; that is to say, the benefits from college attendance accrue mainly to the student, not to society at large
 
New Year Resolution: Spend more time outside with real people.
 
What do a billionaire and a socialist have in common?
 
Anyone watching the higher education landscape these days can't help but note the proliferation of articles calling for free tuition. President Obama's January 2015 proposal to make the first two years of community college free spawned much of this discussion. While the proposal stalled, it did...
Anyone watching the higher education landscape these days can't help but note the proliferation of articles calling for free tuition. President Obama's January 2015 proposal to make the first two years of community college free spawned much of this discussion. While the proposal stalled, it did...
 
Last night, the North Carolina state Senate unveiled its two year state budget proposal. Total spending included for FY 2013-14 comes to $20.58 billion, which would be roughly $400 million higher than the current year's budget, good for a 2.3 percent increase.
Last night, the North Carolina state Senate unveiled its two year state budget proposal. Total spending included for FY 2013-14 comes to $20.58 billion, which would be roughly $400 million higher than the current year's budget, good for a 2.3 percent increase.
 
For decades, rising college tuition rates have been almost as reliable a feature of American life as death and taxes. A substantial part of the increase has underwritten student aid, often in the form of merit scholarships.
For decades, rising college tuition rates have been almost as reliable a feature of American life as death and taxes. A substantial part of the increase has underwritten student aid, often in the form of merit scholarships.
 
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