September 7, 2001
Analysis Questions Accuracy of College Board's Tuition Projections
The College Board's annual reports on tuition have underestimated the average increase in each of the last four years, prompting a financial-aid analyst who discovered the discrepancies to say the board's figures bear "little relationship to reality" because they are based on estimates.
Earlier this year, Mark Kantrowitz, publisher of FinAid, a Web site about financial aid, found disparities between the figures reported in recent College Board press releases and those published in
The Chronicle Review