Why Is College in America So Expensive?
Amanda Ripley

The high price of university is inevitable in a market-based education system that exists within an economy with very little financial security for those without a university degree. So long as students are driven by desperation to get degrees, and so long as universities are free to set prices arbitrarily, the prices will continue to rise.

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