Georgia desperate for need-based aid

It is no secret that college tuitions around the nation are rising every year. These rising prices cause what I call “student-cutbacks,” where large percentages of students are forced to drop out of their universities because they can no longer afford their education. This problem has grown in Georgia in the past years, and the financial aid offered from schools and the state is not doing enough to help. Read the full article in the Grady High Southerner.

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