"It is one of the hallmarks of the modern consumer economy that when we’re going to buy something, we want to know what it’s going to cost. But when it comes to a college education, one of the biggest purchases many people will make, it can be pretty hard to figure out what it’ll cost," Marketplace reports.
... "'The school needs to pull together everything it knows at a single point in time and try to show to the student, ‘This is how much college is going to cost,' said Justin Draeger, president of the National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators, which is managing the initiative."
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Publication Date: 9/27/2023