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Study: Student affordability views impact college enrollment, and trends could worsen during COVID

K-12 Dive – Anna Merod

“Students are more likely to enroll in college if they believe their family can afford the cost of attending, according to a study released Wednesday by the National Center for Education Statistics. The center found a 20-percentage point difference in actual enrollment between students who thought their family could afford college versus those who didn’t.” (more)

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