Monday, January 24, 2011

High Educational Cost Increases Escape Government Regulatory Cost Controls Akin To Health Care

Student loans leave crushing debt burden

Notice that people with a certain ideological proclivity seem to go after corporations and banks while skipping over "their friends".

When health care was said to be escaping from people's ability to access it due to price increases - the service providers, the insurance companies were targeted for regulation.

Now that we see that higher education costs are spiralling out of control - the first shot was to remove the banks as loan service providers.  No effort has been made to regulate the invoices presented by the schools known as tuition. 

It is really the "student loans" that are leaving the burden or the tuition increases?

The way the title is set up the authors are seeking more government subsidy into education but most certainly not cost controls.

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