Fixing student debt: States and activists take unconventional measures


 

RT America | February 6, 2016

Some states around the US are taking unconventional measures to help cut the cost of colleges. In New Mexico, 30% of money spent on the lottery goes to students’ scholarships. RT’s Simone Del Rosario explains what states are doing to lower college costs, and speaks to some who have benefited from it and an activist working on ballot initiatives to help effectuate tuition pricing changes.

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