CHRISTIE WANTS TO CAP PUBLIC COLLEGES TUITION INCREASES

165px-Rutgers_TSUNJ_1000x1000x3cA new plan has been announced by Gov. Chris Christie that would cap public college’s tuition increase at four percent, or they would stand to lose a significant amount of their state aid. NorthJersey.com reports that the plan is being looked at to keep the school’s increases within reason, especially as the state cuts in other areas. Some school leaders say this will interfere with their ability to provide all of the necessary services.

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