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An increase of over 100% in program expenditures for the Pell Grant program over a five year period of time, from $14.7 billion in the 2007â08 award year to $33.4 billion in the 2011â12 award year, places an otherwise popular program under scrutiny. This article considers the factors and...
This article discusses the impact of changing student demographics on financing education and on our national wellbeing. We begin by examining the research of current student demographics and their relationship to learning and education costs. We then calculate a 1% cost factor from the average...
The institutional costs of higher education have been rising. With diminishing public support per student, tuition and fees private costs have also been rising. But so have the real earnings of college graduates. Are there still sufficient incentives on efficiency grounds for additional public...
Conventional studies of the private and social rates of return to a Bachelorâs degree focus on the earnings difference between Bachelor degree holders and high school graduates, and find that there are large rates of return for degree recipients. The estimates in these studies, however, do not...
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