The end of free college in England
Richard Murphy (),
Judith Scott-Clayton and
Gill Wyness ()
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A growing movement in the United States is promoting 'free college' for young people. Richard Murphy, Judith Scott Clayton and Gill Wyness ask what can be learned about the likely outcomes from England's move in the opposite direction over the past 20 years - towards steadily increasing tuition fees.
Keywords: free college; further education; policy; education finance (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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