Is the cost really keeping top students out of college?

07/27/2009 | Washington Post, The

Washington Post education writer Jay Mathews doesn't believe that high costs keep high-achieving students from attending college. He argues that financial obstacles are not the real hurdle, but rather public-school systems that fail to give bright students the academic background and work skills necessary to become high achievers and do well in college.

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