States step in to provide information about the return for students on a college



When Troy Grant was looking at colleges as a prospective student, he had little idea how much they would actually cost, whether certain degrees would lead to good jobs or other basic information that helps young people make one of the most expensive decisions of their lives.

The first in his immediate family to go to college, Grant struggled to understand terms such as “credit hour” and to compare institutions on such things as their graduation rates.

“We had the will, but we had no idea what we were doing,” he said of himself and his family. “We were navigating a process that was foreign to us.”



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