Lowering the Price of Higher Education

by Shai Reshef In an effort to earn a college education, students around the world find themselves facing mounting debt. According to data recently released by the Federal Reserve, American students owe almost $830 billion in student loan debt. And this number is only growing, both in the United States and abroad. Even as the economy continues to falter and the number of people facing poverty increases, the average cost of a US college education has skyrocketed to an average of $30,000. Does the cost of education need to be so high? No. The extent to which information and knowledge […]
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