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19-year-old Vanessa M was excepted at her top choice private 4-year university, but for economic reasons, had to enroll instead in Brooktel community college.

 

Financially, I have a brother and sister in college also. So it was 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 card found families making less than 19,000 dollars a year doled out 39 percent their income 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 say 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 Vanessa Massarotti was accepted at her first top choice 4 year university but for economic reasons had to enroll instead in Brookdale Community college.

Financially I have brohers and sisters in college also....it will be very hard so....we..I just stand up and come to Brookdale..save money.

Like Vanessa,more students may be squeezed out of their dream schools and college in general for a public 4-year college reaching a skyrocketing from 1600 us dollars 20 years ago to nearly 7000 now.


For a private school from 8000 to 25000 dollars.

For a long time , we just thought about they are very poor.But now many middle class student can't go.The tuition is just too high.

A new education report card found that families making less than 39% a year grow up 50% of their income on public cost in 1999.That number has jumped to 55% in 2007. The share for familiy making less than 30,000 us dollars also climb from 18 to 25%.While familes making more than 90,000 saw the lowest increase from 7 to 9%.


And the problem is only likely to get worse. Historically educational experts say during tough economy time,state tents to cut college budgets would send tuition up.

I think it is going to be very intresting to see if the state that has a relative high institute tuition. If they gonna to lose students to other states that have lower costs.

I knew money is always going to be an issue.Vanessa's college dream will ultimately be determined by her family burden 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 Brookdel community college.

 

“Financially, I have a brother and sister in college also, so it was really hard, so I just ended up for coming to Brookdel, save money”, like Vanessa, more students may be squeeezed 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 the long time, we just talk about very poor, but now many middle-class students can’t go, the tuition’s just too high”. A new education report card found that family’s making less than 19,000 dollars a year doled out 39% of their income on public 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, from 7 to 9%

 

“And the problem is only likely to get worse. Historically, education expects say during tough economic time, states tend to cut college budgets would sends to tuitions up”, “I think it’s going to be very interesting to see if states that have relatively high in state tutions if they are not gonna to lose students to other states that have lower cost”, “I know money is still always gonna to be still 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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Whopping adj. extremely high or big

hefty

 

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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 up.(我感觉是lowest increase, 然后读的时候用了点连读。因为似乎lowest increase可以说得通。不是特别确定,和斑竹商量啦)

 

 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 skyRo 于 2008-12-10 13:30 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 Brookdel community college.

 

“Financially, I have a brother and sister in college also, so it was really hard, so I just ended up for coming to Brookdel, save money”, like Vanessa, more students may be squeeezed 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 talk about very poor, but now many middle-class students can’t go, the tuition’s just too high”. A new education report card found that family’s making less than 19,000 dollars a year doled out 39% of their income on public 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, from 7 to 9%

 

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

 

Kelly Wallace, CBS news. New York.

 

words

Whopping adj. extremely high or big

hefty

 

[ 本帖最后由 skyRo 于 2008-12-10 23:20 编辑 ]
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Julia_yu_

hw 给您加上homework

 

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 maybe squeeze out of their dream school of college in general, for a public 4 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 talk about the very poor, but now many middle class students can’t go. The tuition is just too high."

I knew education report card found that family's making less than 19,000 dollars a year dowed out 39% of their income on public college cost in 1999, that number jumped to wopping 55% in 2007,the share for middle class family's making less than 19,000 dollars also claimed 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 out.

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

I know money is still always gonna be an issue.

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

Kelly Wallace, CBS news, New York.

[ 本帖最后由 skyRo 于 2008-12-11 22:18 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 we'd just stand up and come to Brookdale, save money." Like Vanessa, more students maybe squeeze out of their dream school of college in general, for a public 4 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 talk about the very poor, but now many middle class students can't go. The tuition is just too high." A knew education report card found that family's making less than 19,000 dollars a year doled out 39% of their income on public college cost in 1999, that number jumped to whopping 55% in 2007,the share for middle class family's making less than 19,000 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 can be very interesting to see if States that have relatively high in-state tuitions, if they're not going to loose 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 skyRo 于 2008-12-11 22:15 编辑 ]
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19 years old B* M*, was expected her top prize for her four years in university, but because of the economic crisis, has to enrolling states in broken down communal college.

 

Financial ……sister and college ……It was really hard so I just understand and come to break down, save money.

 

Like M* more student may be squired that the dream to school or college in general for a public four years college to wish have a sky from 1600 dollars 20 years ago to near 7000 a year now; for a private school, from 8000 to 25 000 dollars.

 

For a long time, we just talk about the very poor. But now many middle class students cannot go. Too issues are just too hard.

 

And a new education report found that the families making less than 19,000 dollars a year d* out 39% of income on public college cost in 1999, that number jumping into 55% in 2007. The share of middle class family making less than 90,000 also climbed from 18 to a half  25%. The family making more than 90,000 saw the slowless crisis from 7% to 9%.

 

And the problem is only liking to get worse. Historically education taf economic time was sensed to wish up.

 

I think it was very interesting to see high institued tuitions ……if got new students to have lower costs. I know money is still always becoming an issue.

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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 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 squeeezed 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 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, 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 would sends to tuitions up”, “I think it’s going to 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.

 

 

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