Raymund Paredes, higher education commissioner in Texas, said Wednesday that Governor Rick Perry's idea of college degrees that would cost only $10,000 (for four years of study, books included) was "entirely feasible," The Texas Tribune reported. Paredes stressed that the idea was not to apply the idea to every academic program, or to replace existing programs with the new inexpensive model. Many experts have been dubious of the possibility of creating quality programs at the price that the governor has set as a target.
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