Professors are turning the page on budget-busting textbooks - Associated Press

Before Brandon English developed his own learning materials for the organic chemistry classes he teaches at Red Rocks Community College, his students were spending close to $600 for textbooks, in addition to paying tuition and fees. And those costs pushed many of his promising students to drop out. “There’s this huge financial barrier to entry, and then there’s a huge financial barrier to completion,” English said.

https://www.mrt.com/news/education/article/Professors-are-turning-the-page-on-budget-busting-15024166.php

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