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How online education will overtake conventional colleges

Almost nobody can just shell out the full cost of college tuition. Many individuals must borrow money, often from government-run financial aid programs. According to economics professor David Feldman, as more students rely on financial aid to supplement their tuition at for-profit schools, institutions are choosing to charge more.  In cases like these, federal aid helps the school more than the students.
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