There is a growing divide between who earns a bachelor's degree by age 24, with the gap between the nation's richest and poorest students doubling during the last four decades, according to a report released Tuesday.
CAMDEN, N.J. (AP) -- A higher court will be handling the case of whether a divorced New Jersey couple must pay their daughter's college tuition even though they both disagree with where she's going to school.
Recently, twenty-one-year-old Caitlyn Ricci sued her parents over the cost of her college tuition. A judge ordered her parents to pay the out of state tuition cost, even though they agreed they would only cover her tuition if she went to school in New Jersey. Caitlyn's father Michael Ricci called Jim Gearhart to explain his side of the case.
A state lawmaker is drafting a bill that could prevent children from forcing their divorced parents to pay for their college tuition. The legislation comes on the heels of a judge's decision involving the 21-year-old estranged daughter of a divorced New Jersey couple.
The New Jersey Assembly is scheduled to vote on Monday on legislation that would create a College Affordability Study Commission. The legislation was recently amended after Gov. Chris Christie conditionally vetoed it on July 10.
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