Published Online: December 6, 2005
Published in Print: December 7, 2005, as Higher Education

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Higher Education

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California will receive a net return of $3 on every dollar it invests in getting more students in and through college above current levels, concludes a report from a higher education watchdog group in the state.

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Read the executive summary of "Return on Investment: Educational Choices and Demographic Change in California’s Future," posted by The Campaign for College Opportunity. Requires Adobe Acrobat Reader

Each class of graduating high school seniors in such an “increased college-going scenario” would provide $3 billion for the state in additional tax revenues over their lifetimes, says the report from the Campaign for College Opportunity, which has offices in Oakland and Los Angeles.

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