Bringing Down The High Cost Of Textbooks
When a group of student representatives spoke at a recent meeting of the Cleveland State University board of trustees, they didn’t talk about the basketball team or complain about dormitory food. They wanted the board to know that there’s a real problem with the costs of the textbooks they need to buy and they want state schools to find a solution. Mark Urycki from Here & Now contributor WCPN reports.
- Mark Urycki, reporter for WCPN. He tweets @MarkUrycki.
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