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RamNavy

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Something is Fishy with this analysis


Couple of examples of VERY suspicious numbers:
#3 Princeton: cost $62K but the average student debt is $7.5K with 58% of students getting grants.
#4 UCLA: cost $35.4 but the average student debt is $15K with 59% of students getting grants.
#278 CSU: cost $27.1 but the average student debt is $20.5K with 52% of students getting grants.
#352 CU: cost $31.5 but the average student debt is $19.5 with 47% of students getting grants.

If the purpose is to define the value of an education, I suspect MONEY may have a different definition of value. For example I dont see any consideration for how many get a job within 6 months of graduation, or a way to measure the salary differentials paid between NY City, the Midwest or even the Rocky Mountain area. With over 19000 data points measured, it almost resembles a failure to see the forest for all the trees.


(In response to this post by Denali Ram)

Posted: 08/12/2019 at 8:46PM



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¡We’re #278...Thx Tabor! -- Denali Ram 08/12/2019 7:39PM
  Something is Fishy with this analysis -- RamNavy 08/12/2019 8:46PM
  What has it been in previous years? ** -- EdgewaterRam 08/12/2019 8:33PM
  Ask this guy: Señor Google ** -- Denali Ram 08/12/2019 10:19PM

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