In the midst of his presidential campaigning, Governor Kasich came back to Ohio to deliver his annual state of the state address. What follows are the part of the speech related to higher education:
For some, it means that professional certification or training in specialized vocational skills that I mentioned, but for others it can mean a college degree. But there is a very big barrier in our way, and it’s something I hear wherever I go, anywhere in this country, not just here.
Too many young people in America are struggling with the cost of advanced education. We’re going after that problem in Ohio, attacking the root cause of high tuition by encouraging colleges to get their costs of doing business under control.
We created a task force of business leaders who are experts at controlling costs and balancing the bottom line. And I’m happy to say our college…
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