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What is making college so expensive?

FILE - Students walk near the Widener Library at Harvard University in Cambridge, Mass., Aug. 13, 2019. Harvard University is telling students to take classes from home for three weeks, with a return to campus scheduled for late January, “conditions permitting.” (AP Photo/Charles Krupa, File)

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What is making college so expensive?

Many students will receive loan forgiveness after the Biden Administration’s announcement last week, but how can issues with college affordability be addressed?

Reset talks with policy experts about the state of college costs and we hear from a college adviser on what students can do themselves to find and apply for scholarships.

GUESTS: David Feldman, professor of economics at the College of William and MarySandy Baum, senior fellow at the Urban Institute

Dante Vozza, college adviser with the University of Michigan College Advising Corp

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