Will Doyle

Vanderbilt University

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Will Doyle is an associate professor of higher education at Vanderbilt University.

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In January, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo promised to make good on a bipartisan objective: "free" college tuition for every qualified student.

'Free tuition' law signed in New York

In January, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo promised to make good on a bipartisan objective: "free" college tuition for every qualified student.

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A moment ago, we heard about increased unemployment in the United States. The unemployment rate for college and university graduates is half what it is for the workforce as a whole.

Will College Become Unaffordable for a Majority of Americans?

A moment ago, we heard about increased unemployment in the United States. The unemployment rate for college and university graduates is half what it is for the workforce as a whole.

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