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Teaser: The Case for Average Colleges

As I’ve already written about, there’s no end to the discussions of crushing student loan debt that keep today’s young people struggling well into their 40s and 50s. The average price of college tuition has ballooned to over triple the price tag from the 1980s.
The fact of the matter is, though, that those swollen prices don’t necessarily reflect an increased quality of education, an increased return on investment, or even an increased chance at finishing college with the degree you enrolled to earn.
I wrote all about why we need to rethink where we send our kids to college, how we measure their performance, and how we can best encourage them to reach their personal and professional goals. Check out my article on my blog at

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