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NJ Lawmakers Call for Higher Education Reforms [AUDIO]

A pair of Garden State lawmakers unveiled a sweeping and ambitious 20-bill package Thursday aimed at addressing higher education in New Jersey.

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Debt and No Degree: A New Trend? [AUDIO]

An increasing number of Americans are facing a mountain of college loan debt with no diploma to show for it.

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Signing of Immigrant Tuition Act Postponed

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie has postponed the ceremonial signing of a bill that lowers tuition costs for students who entered the United States illegally.

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Immigrant Tuition Bill Advances

A bill that would help students in the U.S. illegally pay for their college educations has advanced.

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NJ Senate Panel Advances DREAM Act

Many of New Jersey’s undocumented immigrants would be eligible for in-state tuition rates and state aid for college under a bill advanced by the State Senate Budget Committee today. The measure has been dubbed the DREAM Act and advocates think the time is now for tuition equality.

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Immigrant Tuition Bill Up for Hearing in NJ

Gov. Chris Christie, a likely 2016 Republican presidential candidate whose inroads among Hispanics helped him to a landslide re-election victory, could soon be handed an immigration bill that grants in-state tuition to students illegally brought to the U.S. as children.

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NJ Property Taxes Are New Assembly Speaker’s Priority [AUDIO]

New Jersey Assemblyman Vinnie Prieto, who will soon take over as the Speaker of the lower house, said Thursday that his first priority is to do something about the state's highest-in-the-nation property taxes.

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Smallest Increase in 30 Years for College Costs

There's some good news on college tuition. Yes, the cost has gone up -- but not as much in the past.

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Should Colleges and Universities Lose Their Tax-Exempt Status? [POLL]

If you are a parent paying college tuition right now or a student paying your own way, here's something for you to ponder.

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Is a College Degree Worth the Price? [POLL/AUDIO]

Attending college wasn't a slam dunk decision this year, according to the results of a new poll from Fairleigh Dickinson University's PublicMind.

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