For The Institute for College Access & Success’ (TICAS) event, “Financial Aid for California’s Future,” Policy Analyst Amy Rose presented to policymakers and higher education stakeholders her preliminary findings from a new analysis on how much having a debt-free system of higher education would cost California.
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