AJU supports larger study of tuition spiral

09.5.2008 by André Natta · → Leave a comment

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Andrew Jackson University has made several big splashes in recent months. The wholly online institution of higher learning recently announced a plan that would eventually do away with students having to pay tuition costs for students. The university has now added rather vocal support of Republican presidential candidate John McCain’s expanded look into the tuition spiral (it looks like there’s already been a lot of research begun on the topic by our government agencies while searching, here’s one example).

Actually if you scroll down the page (which Andrew Jackson is currently on as well), you’ll see that it’s become a buzz word recently. We’d normally reserve this for that other section of the site, but we’re wondering what do you think – about the announcement and the problem as it affects us as a whole?

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