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Educators want to make college accessible to anyone
November 4, 1999
By: Aaron Cummins
State Capital Bureau
A group of Missouri education officials say they want to make college education possible for everyone. Aaron Cummins has more from Jefferson City--
The Commission for Affordability in Higher Education met in the capital to finalize their report on the rising costs of college education.
Educators from across the state discussed ways colleges and universities could become affordable for everyone.
State Commissioner of Education Kala Stroup says one way to do that is to increase the number of need based scholarships.
The commission's report will be presented to the governor on December 9th in St. Louis. From the capitol, I'm Aaron Cummins.
A group of Missouri educators is trying to slow down the increasing cost of a college education. Aaron Cummins reports from Jefferson City--
The Commission for Affordability in Higher Education met to discuss ways to make education more accessible to everyone.
State Commissioner of Higher Education Kala Stroup says the group's purpose is to encourage colleges and universities to consider affordability when deciding on tuition prices.