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Students can expect college tuition prices to generally continue the previous decade’s trend and rise to historic heights.

POLICIES associated with paying for school could also be particularly unpredictable in 2020 – a year one expert calls “the quiet before the storm.”

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Students can expect college tuition prices to generally continue the previous decade’s trend and rise to historic heights, despite swirling political mention free college and schools weighing a rise in aid dollars to assist offset those prices.

Experts say many of an equivalent financial challenges will remain for the nation’s large and growing population of low-income college students and student loan borrowers. The latter group is probably going to be the topic of heightened focus in 2020, because the student debt crisis gets varying degrees of attention from presidential candidates, lawmakers and therefore the Department of Education.