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4 in 5 Parents Question Value Proposition of College

Research<p>The reputation of college for being worth the price tag is hitting the skids. In a recent survey only one in five parents of prospective …

Why America's most expensive college is a bargain

The most expensive college in the U.S. is a tiny school that you may have never heard of.<p>Harvey Mudd, a private liberal arts college outside Los Angeles, charged $67,155 for tuition, room and board this year. That's $23,200 more than the average private college.<p>The campus itself isn't particularly …

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Why Does College Cost So Much?

One trillion dollars and rising.<p>That's a big number and it belongs to poor college students.<p>In 2012, 70% of graduating students had loan debt at an …

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Why Does College Cost So Much? by Haylye White

College tuition is a hot topic these days. For a long time, people did not pay much attention to tuition. Today, things are changing. More and more, …

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ECB head Draghi’s stimulus efforts leave markets underwhelmed

For once, European Central Bank (ECB) boss Mario Draghi – dubbed Super Mario for his euro-saving efforts – wasn't so super.<p>With growth and inflation rates going pretty much nowhere in the euro zone, Mr. Draghi had been expected to haul out the stimulus bazooka on Thursday.<p>But the new stimulus he …

Here's how much people earn 10 years after attending the most expensive colleges in America

A handful of today's top colleges ask for more than $60,000 a year — and they're only getting pricier.<p>Does such a pricey education pay off in the long run? We looked at a new report from the Georgetown University Center on Education and the Workforce, which breaks down the median earnings of …

Will the Department of Labor kill Obama's college completion push?

In 2011, President Obama announced an audacious college completion goal: By 2020, America would again have the highest proportion of college …

Is college worth it? Goldman Sachs says maybe not

A college degree is getting so expensive that it might not be worth the money anymore.<p>At least that's what Goldman Sachs (GS) thinks.<p>Many students are better off not going to mediocre colleges -- ones that rank in the bottom 25% of all universities -- Goldman says in a new report. They earn less, …

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