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The SC Lottery raised $5 billion for schools. So why is tuition higher than ever?

Oct. 12--William Nguyen is doing everything right. He got into the University of South Carolina's pre-pharmacy program. His high school test scores earned him a $5,000 lottery-funded scholarship. And ... read more

South Carolina Lottery gave $5 billion for colleges. So why is tuition higher than ever?

South Carolina Lottery gave $5 billion for colleges. So why is tuition higher than ever? Tuition at S.C. schools is at an all-time high. Default rates are above the national average. And South Carolin... read more

SC’s poor play the lottery, but the wealthier win the scholarships. Here’s why

Despite the lottery raising $5 billion since 2002 ... tendency for poor areas to fund scholarships for higher-income areas, S.C. Lottery spokeswoman Holli Armstrong said in an email “The South Carolin... read more

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Ohio State University raised more money than ever last year

Improved access and affordability in higher education are ... State” campaign, which raised more than $3 billion over seven years. They also included the university’s first-ever Day of Giving, which r... read more


How Trump's budget would affect low-income students, historically black colleges

If approved in its initial form, the budget would cut federal student aid by more than $143 billion ... a much higher rate of low-income students. Estimates show that about 90 percent of HBCU students ... read more

Read the Full Transcript of the Ninth Republican Debate in South Carolina

We’ve cut taxes by more than any governor in America by $5 billion ... said earlier this week in South Carolina, the concept, the idea of deporting 11 million undocumented workers in this country is n... read more

How do Americans view poverty? Many blue-collar whites, key to Trump, criticize poor people as lazy and content to stay on welfare

Jesse, the 5-year-old, goes to kindergarten this September. Workfare provides an extra allowance for school ... higher percentage of its other federal funds on social services than most cities, but th... read more

Students foot the bill for college sports, and how some are fighting back

In 2014, students at 32 schools paid a combined $125.5 ... South Carolina, and Kansas have looked at their tuition bills and the surging amount of money flowing into athletics departments and asked ad... read more

More than half of undergraduate student aid at OSU is borrowed

Loans make up more than half of ... has embarked on a $2.5 billion fundraising campaign, $500 million of which has been earmarked for student financial aid. But increases in financial aid at a school ... read more

The Economic Ignorance of Bernie Sanders

I resent Sanders' "empire" because it pushes bad ideas, yet his videos are viewed more often than mine. His videos have been seen almost a billion times. Some are just recordings of him making noisy s... read more

Gov. Chris Christie budget speech full text

There is no priority more important than educating our children, so let’s reform our schools and give them ... in New Jersey history at $8.8 billion; • Why not cut income taxes when we are increasing ... read more

Seriously? Doctors say they're underpaid

So why are they complaining? It’s likely because of situations ... typical medical student graduated with $141,132 in debt. The graduates of some schools averaged more than $200,000 in loans. So how d... read more



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