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What Americans say about higher education


A Portion Of The AZEdNews What Americans Say About Higher Education Infographic By Lisa Irish/ AZEdNews

Seventy five percent of people nationwide overwhelmingly support the idea of tuition-free community college which is already being done in several states and cities and 68 percent say federal funding should be increased to help students pay for four-year college, according to the 2018 PDK Poll of the Public’s Attitudes Toward the Public Schools.

More than 60 percent of parents say a two-year college degree prepares someone for a good-paying job in today’s economy and 80 percent say a four-year degree does, but 46 percent of parents of school-age children who say they likely will not be able to pay for their oldest child to go to college, according to the recent PDK Poll.

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Infographic by Lisa Irish/AZEdNews
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