Kimberly Clarida in The Texas Tribune: West Texas A&M will no longer require students to pay for textbooks starting next fall

Higher Education Policy Analyst Kimberly Clarida was interviewed by The Texas Tribune for an article on West Texas A&M’s decision to no longer require students to buy textbooks, contributing to the larger discussion on higher education costs.

Read an excerpt below:

“Removing the cost of textbooks is a step in the right direction to make college more affordable,” said Kimberly Clarida, a higher education policy analyst at the left-leaning think tank Every Texan.

Click here to read the full article on The Texas Tribune.  

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