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by Michael Zimmerman

1 Author unknown. (Undated). Fast facts. Back to school statistics. National Center for Education Statistics. Retrieved from

2 Anderson, Zac. (10 Oct. 2011). Rick Scott wants to shift university funding away from some degrees. Sarasota Herald-Tribune (Herald-Tribune Media Group). Retrieved from

3 Bennett, William. (29 Jan. 2013). Interview with Pat McCrory. Bill Bennett’s Morning in America. Minutes 5-8. Retrieved from

4 Smith, Daniel B. (1 May 2011). The university has no clothes. New York magazine. Retrieved from

Thomas, G. Scott. (28 Dec. 2012). Earnings widen between college and high school-only grads. The Business Journals. (A division of American City Business Journals.) Retrieved from

Beecroft, Alexander. (3 July 2013). The humanities: What went right? The Chronicle of Higher Education. Retrieved from

Fedec, Anna. (6 Sept. 2013). United States unemployment rate.
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Carnevale, Anthony P., Jayasundera, Tamara, and Cheah, Ban. (15 Aug. 2012). The college advantage: Weathering the economic stormGeorgetown University Public Policy Institute. Retrieved from

Greenstone, Michael, and Looney, Adam. Where is the best place to invest $102,000 – In Stocks, Bonds, or a College Degree? Education, U.S. Higher Education, The Hamilton Project, The Brookings Institution. Retrieved from

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