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Giving Up College Dreams


For many middle class families, the price of enrolling their children in college is becoming too expensive to afford. Kelly Wallace has more on the question of affordability.



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Nineteen-year-old Vanessa Massarotti was accepted at her top choice private four-year university, but for economic reasons, had to enroll instead in Brookdale Community College.

 

“Financially, I have a brother and sister in college also, so it was really hard, so I just had to come to Brookdale, save money”, like Vanessa, more students may be squeezed out of their dream school or college in general. For a public four-year college tuition has skyrocketed from 1,600 dollars twenty years ago to nearly 7,000 now, for a private school, from 8,000 to 25, 000 dollars.

 

“For a long time, we just thought about the poor, but now many middle-class students can’t go, the tuition’s just too high”. A new education report card found that families making less than 19,000 dollars a year doled out 39% of their income on public college costs in 1999. That number jumped to a whopping 55% in 2007, the share for middle-class families making less than 90,000 dollars also climbed from 18 to a hefty 25%, while families making more than 90,000 saw the lowest increase, from 7 to 9%

 

“And the problem is only likely to get worse. Historically, education experts say during tough economic times, states tend to cut college budgets which sends tuitions up”, “I think it’s gonna be very interesting to see if states that have relatively high instate tuitions if they are not gonna to lose students to other states that have lower costs”, “I know money is still always gonna be an issue”, Vanessa’s college dreams ultimately will be determined by her family’s bottom line.

 

Kelly Wallace, CBS news. New York.

 

整理笔记:

 

choice(adj.): of very fine quality

 

squeeze out: force out

 

the poor: think about 后面加名词,听上去很像they are poor,但是分析句子知道他说的是“以前只注意到穷学生,现在还有中产阶级的学生了”

 

dole out: administer or bestow in small portion 少量给与,可以跟钱或宝贵的东西如知识,帮助等

 

college costs: 上学花费很多名目的费用,一般用复数,细节 

 

whopping: exceptionally large

 

Hefty: heavy

 

times: a more or less definite period of time now or previously present 注意不是time,细节 

 

instate tuition: 没找到太多解释。大概意思是为了保护纳税人的利益,美国的州立大学对该州的纳税人的子女收取的学费会比对外来学生收取的学费低很多很多。这就叫instate tuition.

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19-year-old Vanessa Massarotti was accepted at her top choice private four-year university, but for economic reasons, had to enroll instead in Brookdale Community college.


* brother and sister in college also so, it was really hard, so, we I just stand up and come to Brookdale, save money.


Like Vanessa, more students may be squeezed out of their dream school or college in general for a public four-year-college; tuition has skyrocketed from $1,600 20 years ago to nearly 7,000 now, for a private school, from 8,000 to 25,000 dollars.


For a long time, we just thought about they are poor, but now many middle class students can’t go. The tuition is just too high.


A new education report * found that families making less than 19,000 dollars a year dowed out 39% of their income on public college cost in 1999, that number jumped to a whopping 55% in 2007. The share for middle class families making less than 90,000 dollars also climbed from 18 to a hefty 25%. While families making more than 90,000 saw the lowest increase, form 7 to 9%.


And the problem is only likely to get worse, historically education exports say during tough economic times, states tend to cut college budgets which sends tuitions out.


I think it’s can be very interesting to see * states, that have relatively high instate tuitions, if they’re not gonna lose students to other states that have lower costs.


I knew money is still always gonna being issue.


Vanessa’s college dream ultimately will be determined by her family’s bottom line.  


Kelly Waller, CBS news, New York.  
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19-year-old Vanessa Massarotti was accepted at her top choice private four-year university, but for economic reasons, had to enroll instead in Brookdale Community college.

 

 

Finacially brother and sister are in college also so, it was really hard, so, we'd just stand up and come to Brookdale, save money.

 


Like Vanessa, more students may be squeezed out of their dream school or college in general for a public four-year-college; tuition has skyrocketed from $1,600 20 years ago to nearly 7,000 now, for a private school, from 8,000 to 25,000 dollars.

 

 

For a long time, we just thought about they are poor, but now many middle class students can’t go. The tuition is just too high.

 

 

A new education report card found that families making less than 19,000 dollars a year dowed out 39% of their income on public college cost in 1999, that number jumped to a whopping 55% in 2007. The share for middle class families making less than 90,000 dollars also climbed from 18 to a hefty 25%. While families making more than 90,000 saw the lowest increase, form 7 to 9%.

 

 

And the problem is only likely to get worse, historically education exports say during tough economic times, states tend to cut college budgets which sends tuitions out.

 

 

I think it’s can be very interesting to see if states, that have relatively high instate tuitions, if they’re not gonna lose students to other states that have lower costs.

 

 

I knew money is still always gonna being issue.

 

 

Vanessa’s college dream ultimately will be determined by her family’s bottom line.  

 

 

Kelly Waller, CBS news, New York. 

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19-year-old Vanessa Massarotti was accepted at her top choice private four-year university, but for economic reasons, had to enroll instead in Brookdale Community college.

 

 

Finacially ever? brother and sister are in college also so, it was really hard, so, we'd just stand up and come to Brookdale, save money.

 


Like Vanessa, more students may be squeezed out of their dreams to school or college in general for a public four-year-college; tuition has skyrocketed from $1,600 20 years ago to nearly 7,000 now, for a private school, from 8,000 to 25,000 dollars.

 

 

For a long time, we just thought about they are poor, but now many middle class students can’t go. The tuition is just too high.

 

 

A new education report card found that families making less than 19,000 dollars a year dowed out 39% of their income on public college cost in 1999, that number jumped to a whopping 55% in 2007. The share for middle class families making less than 90,000 dollars also climbed from 18 to a hefty 25%. While families making more than 90,000 saw the lowest increase, form 7 to 9%.

 

 

And the problem is only likely to get worse, historically education exports say during tough economic times, states tend to cut college budgets which sends tuitions out.

 

 

I think it’s can be very interesting to see if states, that have relatively high instate tuitions, if they’re not gonna lose students to other states that have lower costs.

 

 

I knew money is still always gonna being issue.

 

 

Vanessa’s college dream ultimately will be determined by her family’s bottom line.  

 

 

Kelly Waller, CBS news, New York.

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19-year-old Vanessa Massarotti was accepted at her top choice private four-year university, but for economic reasons, had to enroll instead in Brookdale Community college.
 
 
Finacially,I have brother and sister in college also, so, it was really hard, so, we'd just stand up and come to Brookdale, save money.
 

Like Vanessa, more students may be squeezed out of their dream school or college in general for a public four-year-college; tuition has skyrocketed from $1,600 20 years ago to nearly 7,000 now, for a private school, from 8,000 to 25,000 dollars.
 
 
For a long time, we just thought about they are poor, but now many middle class students can’t go. The tuition is just too high.
 
 
A new education report card found that families making less than 19,000 dollars a year dowed out 39% of their income on public college cost in 1999, that number jumped to a whopping 55% in 2007. The share for middle class families making less than 90,000 dollars also climbed from 18 to a hefty 25%. While families making more than 90,000 saw the lowest increase, form 7 to 9%.
 
 
And the problem is only likely to get worse, historically education exports say during tough economic times, states tend to cut college budgets which sends tuitions out.
 
 
I think it’s can be very interesting to see if states, that have relatively high instate tuitions, if they’re not gonna lose students to other states that have lower costs.
 
 
I knew money is still always gonna being an issue.
 
 
Vanessa’s college dream ultimately will be determined by her family’s bottom line. 
 
 
Kelly Waller, CBS news, New York.

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19-year old Vanwssa Massarotti was accepted at her top choice private four-year university, but for economic reasons, had to .. stead in Brookdale Community College.

 

Financially, I ... brother and sister in college also, so, it is really hard, so, we just decided to come to Brookdle, save money. 

 

Like Vanwssa, more students maybe squeezed ... their dream shool or college general for a public four year college to wish to have skyrocket from 16 hundred dollars 20 years ago to nearly seven thousand now for a private school from eight thousand to 25 thousand dollars.  

 

For long time we just talking about  are poor. But now many middle class students cann't go. The tuition is just too high.

 

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And the problem is only likely to get worse. Histirically education expert say during taff economy time state tend to cut collge budgets which sends tuition out.

 

I think it's can be very interesting to see if states have relatively high instate tuitions, it's going to lose students to other state that have lower costs.

 

I know money is still always to be issue.

 

Vanessa’s college dream ultimately will be determined by her family’s bottom line. 
 
 
Kelly Waller, CBS news, New York.

  

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on yuwentuo_PT 19-year-old Vanessa Massarotti was accepted at her top choice private four-year university, but for economic reasons, had to enroll instead in Brookdale Community college.

 

Finacially,I have brother and sister in college also, so, it was really hard, so, we'd just stand up and come to Brookdale, save money.

 

Like Vanessa, more students may be squeezed out of their dream school or college in general for a public four-year-college; tuition has skyrocketed from $1,600 20 years ago to nearly 7,000 now, for a private school, from 8,000 to 25,000 dollars.

 

For a long time, we just thought about they are poor, but now many middle class students can’t go. The tuition is just too high. A new education report card found that families making less than 19,000 dollars a year dowed out 39% of their income on public college cost in 1999, that number jumped to a whopping 55% in 2007.

 

The share for middle class families making less than 90,000 dollars also climbed from 18 to a hefty 25%. While families making more than 90,000 saw the lowest increase, form 7 to 9%. And the problem is only likely to get worse, historically education exports say during tough economic times, states tend to cut college budgets which sends tuitions out.

 

I think it’s can be very interesting to see if states, that have relatively high instate tuitions, if they’re not gonna lose students to other states that have lower costs.

 

I knew money is still always gonna be an issue.

 

Vanessa’s college dream ultimately will be determined by her family’s bottom line. Kelly Waller, CBS news, New York.

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 19-year-old Vanessa Massarotti was accepted at her top choice private four-year university, but for economic reasons, had to enroll instead in Brookdale Community college.

 

Financially,I have brother and sister in college also, so, it was really hard, so, we'd just stand up and come to Brookdale, save money.

 

Like Vanessa, more students may be squeezed out of their dream school or college in general for a public four-year-college; tuition has skyrocketed from $1,600 20 years ago to nearly 7,000 now, for a private school, from 8,000 to 25,000 dollars.

 

For a long time, we just thought about they are poor, but now many middle class students can’t go. The tuition is just too high. A new education report card found that families making less than 19,000 dollars a year doled out 39% of their income on public college cost in 1999, that number jumped to a whopping 55% in 2007.

 

The share for middle class families making less than 90,000 dollars also climbed from 18 to a hefty 25%. While families making more than 90,000 saw the lowest increase, form 7 to 9%. And the problem is only likely to get worse, historically education experts say during tough economic times, states tend to cut college budgets which sends tuitions out.

 

I think it’s gonna be very interesting to see if states, that have relatively high instate tuitions, if they’re not gonna lose students to other states that have lower costs.

 

I knew money is still always gonna be an issue.

 

Vanessa’s college dream ultimately will be determined by her family’s bottom line. Kelly Waller, CBS news, New York.

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19-year-old Vanessa Massarotti was accepted at her top choice private four-year university, but for economic reasons, had to enroll instead in Brookdale Community college.

 

FinanciallyI have brother and sister in college alsoso, it was really hard, so, weI just ended up coming to Brookdale, save money.

 

Like Vanessa, more students may be squeezed out of their dream school or college in general. For a public four-year-college, tuition has skyrocketed from $1,600 20 years ago to nearly 7,000 now, for a private school, from 8,000 to 25,000 dollars.

 

“For a long time, we just thought about that they are poor. But now many middle class students can’t go. The tuition is just too high.” A new education report card found that families making less than 19,000 dollars a year doled out 39% of their income on public college cost in 1999, that number jumped to a whopping 55% in 2007.

 

The share for middle class families making less than 90,000 dollars also climbed from 18% to a hefty 25%. While families making more than 90,000 saw the lowest increase, form 7% to 9%. And the problem is only likely to get worse. Historically education experts say during tough economic times, states tend to cut college budgets which sends tuitions out.

 

I think it’s gonna be very interesting to see if states, that have relatively high in-state tuitions, if they’re not gonna lose students to other states that have lower costs.

 

I knew money is still always gonna be an issue.

 

Vanessa’s college dream ultimately will be determined by her family’s bottom line. Kelly Waller, CBS news, New York.

 

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19 year old M was accepted at her top choice private four-year university, but for economic reasons, H enrolled instead in B community college. Financially I have brothers and sisters in college also so it was really hard, so I just have to save income to bookout, save money. Like M, more stoudents maybe squeezed out their dream school or college general. For public four year college tuition has skyed rocket from $1600 twenty years ago to nearly $7,000 now. For a private school from $8,000 to $25,000. For long time we just thought about they are poor but now many middle class students can't go. Tuition is just too high. A new education report found families making less than $19,000 a year d* out their 39% of their income on public college cost in 1999, that number jumping up to warpping 55% into 2007. The share for middle class families making less than $90,000 also climbed from 18% to 25% while families making more than $90,000 sort lowest increase from 7% to 9%. And the problem is only likely to get worse. Historically education experts say during tough economic time states tend to cut college budgets which send tuition up. I think it's gonna very interesting to see if states that have relatively high in state tuitions if they are not gonna lose students to other states that have lower costs. I know money is always gonna be a issue. M's college dreams ultimately will be determined by her familiy's bottom line. Kelly Waller, CBS news, New York.

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19-year-old Vanessa Massarotti was accepted at her top choice private four-year university, but for economic reasons, had to enroll instead in Brookdale Community college.

 

 FinanciallyI have brother and sister in college alsoso, it was really hard, so, weI just ended up coming to Brookdale, save money.

 

 Like Vanessa, more students may be squeezed out of their dream school or college in general. For a public four-year-college, tuition has skyrocketed from $1,600 20 years ago to nearly 7,000 now, for a private school, from 8,000 to 25,000 dollars.

 

 “For a long time, we just thought about that they are poor. But now many middle class students can’t go. The tuition is just too high.” A new education report card found that families making less than 19,000 dollars a year doled out 39% of their income on public college cost in 1999 that number jumped to a whopping 55% in 2007.

 

The share for middle class families making less than 90,000 dollars also climbed from 18% to a hefty 25%. While families making more than 90,000 saw the lowest has been increased, form 7% to 9%. And this problem is only likely to get worse. Historically education experts say during tough economic times, states tend to cut college budgets which sends tuitions up.

 

 I think it’s gonna be very interesting to see if states, that have relatively high in-state tuitions, if they’re not gonna lose students to other states that have lower costs.

 

 I knew money is still always gonna be an issue.

 

 Vanessa’s college dream ultimately will be determined by her family’s bottom line. Kelly Waller, CBS news, New York.

 

 

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19-year-old Vanessa Massarotti was accepted at her top choice private four-year university, but for economic reasons, had to enroll instead in Brookdale Community college.

 

FinanciallyI have brother and sister in college alsoso, it was really hard, so, weI just ended up coming to Brookdale, save money.

 

Like Vanessa, more students may be squeezed out of their dream school or college in general. For a public four-year-college, tuition has skyrocketed from $1,600 twenty years ago to nearly 7,000 now, for a private school, from 8,000 to 25,000 dollars.

 

“For a long time, we just thought about that  there are poor, but now many middle class students can’t go. The tuition is just too high.” A new education report card found that families making less than 19,000 dollars a year doled out 39% of their income on public college cost in 1999, that number jumped to a whopping 55% in 2007.

 

The share for middle class families making less than 90,000 dollars also climbed from 18% to a hefty 25%. While families making more than 90,000 saw the lowest increase, form 7% to 9%. And the problem is only likely to get worse. Historically, education experts say during tough economic times, states tend to cut college budgets which sends tuitions up.

 

I think it’s gonna be very interesting to see if states, that have relatively high in-state tuitions, if they’re not gonna lose students to other states that have lower costs.

 

I knew money is still always gonna be an issue.

 

Vanessa’s college dream ultimately will be determined by her family’s bottom line. Kelly Waller, CBS news, New York.

 

[ 本帖最后由 Sunshake 于 2008-12-9 16:15 编辑 ]
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19-year-old Vanessa Massarotti was accepted at her top choice private four year university, but for economic reasons, had to enroll instead in Brookdale Community College.

 

"Financially I have brother and sister in college also, so it was really hard, so, I just ended up coming to coming to Brookdale, save money."

 

Like Vannessa, more students may be squeezed out of their dream school or college in general, for our public four-year college, tuition has sky-rocketed, from 1600 dollars 20 years ago to nearly 7000 now. For our private school, from 8000 to 25 thousand dollars.

 

"For a long time we just talked about if they are poor. But now, many middle-class students can't go. The tuition is just too high."

 

A new education report card found that families making less than 19000 dollars a year doled out their 39% of their incomes on public college cost on 1999, that number jumped to a whopping 59% in 2007. The share for middle-class families making less than 90 thousand dollars also climbed from 18 to a hefty 25%, while families making more than 19000 saw the lowest increase, from 7 to 9 percent.

 

And the problem is only likely to get worse, historically, education experts say during tough economic times, states tend to cut college budgets, which sends tuitions up.

 

"I think it's gonna be very interesting to see if states that have relatively high in-state tuitions, if they are now gonna lose students to other states that have lower costs."

 

"I know money is still always gonna be an issue."

 

Vanessa's college dreams ultimately will be determined by her family's bottom line.

 

Kelly Wallace, CBS News, New York.

[ 本帖最后由 peredhel 于 2008-12-9 18:46 编辑 ]
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19-year-old Vanessa M was accepted at her top choice private four year university, but for economic reasons, has to enroll instead in Brookdel community college.

 

Financially, I have a brother and sister in college also. So it's really hard. So I just ended up coming to Brookdel, save money.

 

Like Vanessa, more students may be squeezed out of their dream school or college in general. For a public four year college, tuition has skyrocketed from 1,600 dollars twenty years ago to nearly 7,000 now.; for a private school, from 8,000 to 25,000 dollars.

 

For a long time, we just talked about the very poor. But now, many middle class students can't go. The tuition is just too high.

 

A new education report found families making less than 19,000 dollars a year doled out 39 percent on public college cost in 1999; that number jumped to a whopping 55 percent in 2007. The share for middle class families making less than 90,000 dollars also climbed from 18 to a hefty 25 percent, while families making more than 90,000 saw the lowest increase, from 7 to 9 percent.

 

And the problem is only likely to get worse. Historically, education experts during tough economic times, states tend to cut college budgets would send tuitions up.

 

I think it's gonna be very interesting to see if states that have relatively high in state tuitions if they are now gonna lose students to other states that have lower costs.

 

I know money is still always gonna be an issue.

 

Vanessa’s college dreams ultimately will be determined by her family's bottom line. Kelly Wallace, CBS news, New York.

 

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19-year-old Venasa Ratie was accepted at her top choices private 4 year university, but for economic reasons had to enrol instead in Brooktel community college.

Financially my brother and sister are in college also, so it was really hard, so I just sended up, coming to Brooktel, save money. 

Like Venasa, more students maybe squeezed out of their dream school or college in general. For public 4-year college, tuition has skyrocketed from 1600 dollars 20 years ago to nearly 7000 now. For private school, from 8000 to 25000 dollars.

For a long time, we just thought about they were very poor, but now many class students can't go. The tuition is just too high.

A new education record found that families making less than 19000 dollars a year donate 39% income on public college course in 1999, that number jumping up to 55% in 2007. The share from middle class families making less than 90000 dollars also climb 18 to a have-to 25%. While the families making more than 90000 also increase from 7 to 9%.

And the problem is likely to get worse. Historically education experts say, during economic time, states turn to cut college budgets, which sends tuitions up.

I think it's going to be interesting to see if states that have relatively high instate tuitions, if they are going to lose their students to other states that have lower costs.

I know money is still always going to be an issue.

Venasa's college dream utimately will be determined by her family's bottom line. Kally Wallace, CBS News, New York.

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