As college tuition continues to rise, some employers are taking steps to help employees fund cover the cost by paying part or all of it.
Area colleges and universities, meanwhile, have been looking for ways to offset the high cost. According to The College Board, the cost of tuition has been rising more quickly than the general inflation rate and more quickly than personal income. But some dents are being made in the upward curve.
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