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Debate on Value of Big Name Colleges Continues

Every family I know seems to have had this discussion lately: Does it matter where you go to college?

Interesting viewpoints in The New York Times opinion section today from some top thought leaders, including Richard Kahlenberg of the Century Foundation and Anthony Carnevale of Georgetown University.

With price tag so high and college putting students into debt for years, it's a worthy discussion.

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