College Tuition Costs Will Likely Surge In Coming Years: Goldman Sachs

College tuition, which has been rising at a breakneck pace since 1990, is starting to moderate to a pace in line with inflation. Causation behind the leveling of costs is due to several factors, a Goldman Sachs report notes, pointing to supply and demand factors as well as household income growth numbers. But don't get accustomed to a normalization in prices because it won't last long, analysts . . .


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