Three decades ago in 1984, a year of education, room and board at a typical U.S. four-year educational institution cost an average of $3,499. This amounts to $8,756 when adjusted for inflation.
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White House Summit Tries To Make Higher Education More Accessible

January 23rd, 2014 by

Three decades ago in 1984, a year of education, room and board at a typical U.S. four-year educational institution cost an average of $3,499. This amounts to $8,756 when adjusted for inflation. Moving forward to 2010, this amount had nearly tripled to $22,092. This figure only represents a year’s fees, not the total cost of the degree.[...] Read More...

Online Degrees Might Be The Solution To Crisis In US Higher Education

January 9th, 2014 by

In the higher education arena, reality is often outrunning parody. A recent feature article on satirical website The Onion highlighted the plight of a fictional student called Patrick Moorhouse who, after paying the interest on his student loans, tuition costs and losing four years of income while attending university, ended up earning $11 more than he would have if he never went to college.[...] Read More...