Focusing on the Cost and Results for Low-Income Students

POSTED BY MARTIN KICH

The Department of Education has released two lists of universities and four-year colleges with “good outcomes” for low-income students. The first list simply measures tuition costs against income after graduation. The second list is limited to institutions at which at least 40% of the student populations can be described as low-income.

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