College Prices Are Flat. But Is It a Good Thing?
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  • qultr

    This has been a problem for people who are well-off but not wealthy. Private schools are out of reach for their children because, while they can afford in-state tuition, they cannot afford private school tuition, and their income makes them ineligible for financial aid. Perhaps this is a problem that many people would be happy to have, but it really is too bad to deny the best schools to worthy students who might otherwise take advantage of them.

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