College tuition is continuing to rise, but much faster than spending or costs, according to a report introduced by the Subcommittee on Higher Education and Workforce Training in a hearing yesterday. Yesterday’s subcommittee hearing, entitled "Keeping College within Reach: Discussing Ways Institutions Can Streamline Costs and Reduce Tuition," was supplemented with a report by the Delta Project, an independent non-profit policy research organization, that showed that even though the cost of tuition is rising – as much as 8.3 percent at public four-year universities in the past year - institutions enrolling the most students spend the least on their education.
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