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it should be one page.
no need to write as essay , no need for introduction or conclusion.
use the material to answer the question.
do not write too long sentences.
you should write in comprehensive exam.
the question is
The Higher education industry in America faces a number of challenges. One of the major such challenges is the rising cost of a bachelors degree from a four-year institution. While it is clear tuition at public universities is lower than at private, the cost of a four-year college education is beyond the reach of most Americans. The upcoming class readings are focused on three approaches to address the high cost of an education with each approach being separate and apart from the other. In the first reading, Dynarski explores merit aid, the discounting of college tuition based on academic achievement or merit. Merit aid has been present in higher education for some time in several different forms. At the time of her research thirteen states had some type of merit program. While this may appear to be a small number but this is a six-time increase from 1999. Dynarski research highlighted one particular state merit program. Georgia’s Helping outstanding pupils educationally (HOPE) program was created by the Governor and the state legislature funded by the Georgia state lottery program. The HOPE program as evidenced by Dynarski’s research did have a positive impact on increasing the number of students going to college. As our class attempts to understand the public policy effects on higher education, do you think more states should have programs like the HOPE? And more importantly, how does one get these programs started?