A Florida task force has proposed stopping tuition increases for some college majors, such as science, technology, engineering and math, in an effort to raise enrollment in these fields. This approach is new to higher education, where tuition discrepancies often have revolved around raising tuition in areas such as engineering because of the costs associated with that particular major. Some caution that just because higher tuition resulted in a decrease in enrollment in these fields doesn't mean the reverse will be true.
Would lower tuition rates bolster STEM majors?
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