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Private Colleges Turn To Tuition Slashing To Stay Alive In Crowded Market

In this photo taken on Wednesday, May 13, 2015, a Sweet Briar College student walks past a building at the school in Sweet Briar, Va. The school nearly closed in 2015 amid financial difficulties. (Steve Helber/AP)

With Meghna Chakrabarti

Some private college are slashing tuition. We’ll look behind the numbers and add up the risks and rewards.

Guests

Anya Kamenetz, education correspondent for NPR. Launching the podcast “Life Kit for Parents” next month. Author of “” and “.” ()

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