by Cynthia Harrington
College didn’t get much more expensive over the past two years, but the assets in the state savings plans jumped by 87 percent in the first quarter of 2004, to $40 billion versus the prior-year quarter. The 2002 aggregate of $20 billion represented a 100 percent rise from the year before.
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