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    Priced Out: Rural Students, On Illinois’ Disinvestment In Higher Education & What Can Be Done About It

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 Article | Degrees out of reach for many low-income Illinois students | The Times |          CHICAGO (AP) — Illinois' in-state college tuition and fees ranked fifth highest in the U.S. last year, and a new report says those costs are a major reason that degrees are increasingly out of reach for low-income students...
 Article | College degrees are out-of-reach for many low-income Illinois students | SaukValley.com |      About half of students eligible for need-based tuition help through Illinois' Monetary Award Program, or MAP, didn't' receive it because of insufficient state funding. This year looks better for higher education in Illi...
Article | Degrees out-of-reach for many low-income Illinois students | WBEZ-FM / KWQC |      The Partnership for College Completion reports data from 2014 show low-income families in Illinois must set aside 63 percent of their total income for a student to attend a four-year institution. Executive Director Kyle Westbrook te...
Article | College Diploma Out-of-Reach For Growing Number of Low-Income Illinois Students | WBEZ |      A new report finds rising cost of Illinois colleges and lack of aid is making enrollment and graduation harder for low-income students.  The report also finds that Illinois was one of just four states that cut funding for...

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