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Marketplace Morning Report

Are you saving for college for your kids?

by Samantha Fields Jul 26, 2019
We want to know if your financial planning extends to your kids' future tuition fees.
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How did you pay for college?

by Samantha Fields Jul 22, 2019
We're thinking about the evolution of student debt, generation to generation, and we'd like to hear from you.
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Early admissions gets a second, and sometimes third, round

by Erika Beras Jan 7, 2019
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Should Massachusetts tax its wealthiest higher ed institutions to subsidize the cost for public college students?

by Kirk Carapezza Nov 1, 2018
Universities with big endowments must start paying a new tax that passed as part of the GOP’s tax overhaul.

Texas legislature taking on college costs

by Renata Sago Feb 21, 2018
Legislatures across the country are trying to contain tuition hikes.

Congress begins work to overhaul higher education regulations

by Amy Scott Dec 12, 2017
There’s a lot at stake for students, taxpayers and colleges.

Pennsylvania’s budget stalemate threatens in-state tuition discounts

by Reema Khrais Oct 19, 2017
In Pennsylvania, a budget stalemate — one that’s been going on for more than three months now — is threatening millions of dollars that some universities count on to lower their in-state tuition. The state’s legislature adopted the budget over the…

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Trump's travel ban worries international students

by Sally Herships Feb 8, 2017
There's real value for Americans in importing students from abroad.
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Top stories in education to start the school year

by Molly Wood and Amy Scott Sep 5, 2016
Charter schools, testing and free college are big topics as classes resume.
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The story behind UC Berkeley's $150 million deficit

by Kai Ryssdal Feb 25, 2016
A conversation with Chancellor Nicholas Dirks.
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