New York passes law for free college tuition at state schools

New York governor Andrew Cuomo recently signed a law authorizing the Excelsior Scholarship program, which is designed to provide tuition for students going to public colleges and state universities families earn less than $125,000. But tuition-free college is not new to the United States. In fact, the University of California system originally provided free undergraduate education for state residents.


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