Obama Aims to Make Colleges Cut Costs

Higher-education lobbyists and leaders fret over what, exactly, that means

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At the U. of Michigan, President Obama called higher education "an economic imperative that every family in America should be able to afford."
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The college-affordability proposals that President Obama outlined briefly in his State of the Union address and again in a University of Michigan speech are prompting plenty of questions among higher-education lobbyists—and not a few cases of...

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