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April 03, 2014


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Good short-term publicity. But since even some public schools (whose tuitions are in the teens and twenties) have suffered admissions losses, I doubt the difference between 53k and 45k will make a big long-run difference.

My view (which I can't back up): employment matters more than experience in getting students. For a degree that is perceived as a one-way trip to Unemploymentville, one dollar is too many.

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