California passes with a C minus

This article in the US News shows California as the only state to pass a college affordability test.

Here’s an excerpt from the article:

“The “Measuring Up” report gave only one passing grade for affordability: California got a C minus. That may surprise sticker-shocked Californians who are facing prices of more than $23,000 for many University of California campuses. But Pat Callan, president of the National Center for Public Policy and Higher Education, said that the state’s community colleges are the best educational bargain in the country. Even students who get no aid at all are charged just a few hundred dollars for a full semester’s worth of classes.”

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