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Focus (College Costs) #582797

NBC Evening News for Saturday, Sep 21, 1991
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(Studio: Mary Alice Williams) Report introduced.

(Studio: Jeff Madrick) Implications of the rising costs of college, especially at public universities, examined; cost at University of Massachusetts, Amherst, cited as an example. [Students Cassie STERN, David MELLO - talk about their financial situations.] [Massachusetts Higher Education Committee chancellor Paul MARK, Council of Higher Education Art HAUPTMAN - comment on the problem.] Map shown of states raising their tuitions. The real middle class, as well as the poor, noted now getting shut out of the college picture. Senator Bill Bradley's plan to subsidize loans to middle class students mentioned.

Reporter(s):
Madrick, Jeff;
Williams, Mary Alice
Duration:
00:04:20

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