Missouri’s Higher Education Commissioner is glad the state’s biggest university has decided against locking in tuition rates for students for the four years they attend. The University of Missouri abandoned the idea that had been proposed earlier this year. Commissioner Gregory Fitch says all school are working on keeping down costs to students. But Fitch says the idea of locking in tuition for four years just wasn’t a good idea this time.
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