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(Fox News)   Cost of college is up by about $400 this fall, as students are expected to buy one more book than usual   (foxnews.com ) divider line
    More: Followup, private colleges, list prices, College Board, junior colleges, inflection points, family income, for-profit colleges, percent increase  
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2012-10-26 05:06:48 PM  
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BgJonson79: Il Douchey: Instead of student loans, colleges should be allowed to offer admittance and diplomas in exchange for a fixed percentage (say 2%) of all the students future earnings. This would create a true partnership and align everybody's interests. The school could decide who is worth investing in and would retain a vested interest in the student's success after graduation. Schools would also have a big incentive to teach relevant curriculum that creates employable graduates. It should be a strictly voluntary negotiation. Non-sponsored students could still decide to pay tuition. Equal opportunity based on ability, not affordability.

There goes all the art schools.


...and nothing of value was lost :P
 
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