"Hold the price increases but generate more revenue"
(Continued from page 1) Pressure on colleges to reduce cost increases is growing more intense, with net tuition revenue not keeping up with expenses at many schools. Look no further than California, where voters approved a tax increase for higher education last year after Democratic proponents said it would let public universities avoid tuition increases for seven years. Republicans subsequently came back with a proposal to freeze tuition charges for seven years (story here). Or, ...
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