A New York Post editorial praises RWU Law "for working to give their students more bang for the dollar." It adds, "The smarter schools will follow."

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N.Y. Post: Kudos to RWU Law

A New York Post editorial praises RWU Law "for working to give their students more bang for the dollar." It adds, "The smarter schools will follow."

From the New York Post: "College costs 101," by Post Editorial Board

Tuition savingsSeptember 7, 2014: It’s a man-bites-dog headline: “College Gets Cheaper.” But for law students at three American universities, that’s just what’s happened to their tuition bills.

The University of Iowa College of Law, Roger Williams University School of Law in Rhode Island and Pennsylvania State University’s Dickinson School of Law have all cut their prices for tuition. And all say they’re already seeing a return on that investment.

According to a report in The Wall Street Journal, the three schools are set to see the number of students in their entering classes rise by 22 percent to 52 percent. Their experience confirms something The Post has been arguing all along: College is not exempt from the laws of supply and demand. [...]

Good for these law schools for working to give their students more bang for the college dollar. The smarter schools will follow.

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