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2011 November 14 - 12:00 am
It was a transformation that was, by historical standards, remarkably swift: The decade of the 2000s saw a fundamental shift in how Americans answer the question “Who will pay for college?” The bill at public universities is higher than ever, and students and their families are footing a greater share of it.

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