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Recently, presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden announced that he was in favor of a plan to make college education free–for most students at public institutions anyway.
Recently, presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden announced that he was in favor of a plan to make college education free–for most students at public institutions anyway.
 
Student loan debt has become a major concern for young people. In response, some Democratic candidates for president are offering “free college” proposals.
Student loan debt has become a major concern for young people. In response, some Democratic candidates for president are offering “free college” proposals.
 
Congressional Democrats are reintroducing the Debt-Free College Act in an attempt to lower costs and increase federal intervention in higher education.
Congressional Democrats are reintroducing the Debt-Free College Act in an attempt to lower costs and increase federal intervention in higher education.
 
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
 
Tennessee legislators received a shock in 2012 when a study from Georgetown University's Center on Education and the Workforce predicted that by 2020, 55 percent of Tennessee jobs would require some kind of postsecondary education or job training
Tennessee legislators received a shock in 2012 when a study from Georgetown University's Center on Education and the Workforce predicted that by 2020, 55 percent of Tennessee jobs would require some kind of postsecondary education or job training
 
The governor's rationale neglects two crucial facts-that many people do in fact enjoy "economic mobility" even though they never earned any college credentials and that many others are not enjoying much economic mobility despite having college degrees
The governor's rationale neglects two crucial facts-that many people do in fact enjoy "economic mobility" even though they never earned any college credentials and that many others are not enjoying much economic mobility despite having college degrees
 
It’s the idea that just won’t go away: free college tuition. Yesterday Governor Andrew Cuomo of New York proposed providing free tuition for low and middle income students at state colleges and universities
It’s the idea that just won’t go away: free college tuition. Yesterday Governor Andrew Cuomo of New York proposed providing free tuition for low and middle income students at state colleges and universities
 
For decades, the American higher education establishment was able to sell the idea that promoting college was sound policy because it seemed that nearly all graduates found good, high-paying jobs
For decades, the American higher education establishment was able to sell the idea that promoting college was sound policy because it seemed that nearly all graduates found good, high-paying jobs
 
When Bernie Sanders proposed free tuition at public colleges and universities, Hillary Clinton responded with her rival plan, The New College Compact
When Bernie Sanders proposed free tuition at public colleges and universities, Hillary Clinton responded with her rival plan, The New College Compact
 
The May 6 issue of The Chronicle of Higher Education contains two illuminating and rather unexpected articles
The May 6 issue of The Chronicle of Higher Education contains two illuminating and rather unexpected articles
 
What do a billionaire and a socialist have in common?
 
The idea of free community college has become a topic of national debate in recent years, highlighted by Tennessee's and Oregon's enactment of statewide plans, and President Obama's advocacy for a nationwide program
The idea of free community college has become a topic of national debate in recent years, highlighted by Tennessee's and Oregon's enactment of statewide plans, and President Obama's advocacy for a nationwide program
 
President Obama is proposing that two years of community college education be provided by federal and state governments free to students who are enrolled at least half time and maintain a 2.5 GPA.
President Obama is proposing that two years of community college education be provided by federal and state governments free to students who are enrolled at least half time and maintain a 2.5 GPA.
 
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