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Why History Has Some Economists Arguing For More Spending On Higher Education

Purdue University, where an average of 40 percent of all grades given out are A's.

The Federal Reserve Bank of New York’s blog, Liberty Street Economics, had a pair of interesting posts this week about soaring college costs. (We recapped the first one here.) But here’s another way to look at state budget cuts: With tuition rising as public funding falls, economists question if land-grant universities — created to increase […]

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