College Tuition

The Brian Lehrer Show

Higher Tuition for the Liberal Arts?

Friday, December 14, 2012

Michael Ruse, professor of zoology and philosophy at Florida State University and contributor to the Brainstorm blog for the Chronicle of Higher Education, talks about a proposal from Florida Governor Rick Scott about a sliding scale for tuition in the state. Under the proposal, majoring in the liberal arts would cost more than majoring in science, technology, engineering or math.

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NY Would Give College Aid to Illegal Immigrants

Friday, August 17, 2012

New York Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver is introducing a bill that would provide government financial aid to tens of thousands of illegal immigrants attending college.


The Takeaway

Should You Save for Your Kid's College or Your Own Retirement?

Wednesday, April 28, 2010

We've been talking with Takeaway contributor Beth Kobliner, author of "Get a Financial Life", about how to get ourselves on strong financial footing, with our Do It Yourself Bailout series. This week, Beth helps us with a big dilemma: If we can't afford to do both, should we sock away money every month for retirement or save for our kids' college?

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