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Education News from NY Times
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We asked students what they would do if they were in charge, what their concerns and hopes for the future would be.
Schools are tacking more and more extra charges onto students’ bills, much of it for basic educational services. Some call it “backdoor tuition.”
Doing more with less is the new norm. Some public universities are even finding fresh ways to ease students’ burden.
State schools like Alabama are following a new survival strategy: lure top students, boost reputation, raise tuition, go big.