Balooning tuition presents challenges

April 13, 2005

Today, students are lucky to buy a Twizzler or a movie ticket without having to apply for debt relief, let alone four years at an Ivy League school, said retired business teacher and free-lance writer Marjorie Wolfe, whose chronology of higher education expenses charts a rise of what she called “exorbitant fees in the megabucks.”

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