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    Illinois guaranteed-tuition law is making higher education less affordable for students who attend its public colleges and universities, according to analyses by education professor Jennifer A. Delaney and Tyler D. Kearney, an associate director of the Office for Planning and Budgeting.

    Illinois guaranteed-tuition law is making higher education less affordable for students who attend its public colleges and universities, according to analyses by education professor Jennifer A. Delaney and Tyler D. Kearney, an associate director of the Office for Planning and Budgeting.

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  • Editor’s notes: To reach Jennifer A. Delaney, call 217-333-0807; email delaneyj@illinois.edu

    To reach Tyler D. Kearney, call 217-333-6600; email tkearney@uillinois.edu

    The paper, “Guaranteed Tuition Policies and State General Appropriations for Higher Education: A Difference-in-Difference Analysis,” which appears in the Spring 2015 issue of Journal of Education Finance, will be available online from Project Muse or from the News Bureau.

    The paper, “The Impact of Guaranteed Tuition Policies on Postsecondary Tuition Levels: A Difference-in-Difference Approach,” which will appear in Economics of Education Review, is available online from ScienceDirect.