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Texas: UT System Report: Reduce Student Debt With Focus on Graduation

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“Soaring student loan debt could be reduced by requiring students to prepare a kind of business plan for their college years, providing more on-campus work opportunities and adopting other measures aimed at those most at risk of not completing their degrees, according to a new report by a University of Texas System task force,” the Austin American-Statesman reports.

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Texas: UT System Report: Reduce Student Debt With Focus on Graduation

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“Soaring student loan debt could be reduced by requiring students to prepare a kind of business plan for their college years, providing more on-campus work opportunities and adopting other measures aimed at those most at risk of not completing their degrees, according to a new report by a University of Texas System task force,” the Austin American-Statesman reports.

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Texas: UT System Report: Reduce Student Debt With Focus on Graduation

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“Soaring student loan debt could be reduced by requiring students to prepare a kind of business plan for their college years, providing more on-campus work opportunities and adopting other measures aimed at those most at risk of not completing their degrees, according to a new report by a University of Texas System task force,” the Austin American-Statesman reports.

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