Deseret News wrote:

An annual report on the cost of college released Wednesday indicated parents who help their high school seniors plan for college should always take tuition increases into account.

But the report's findings weren't all gloomy: In-state tuition and fees increases at public universities for the 2015-16 school year were the lowest they've been since the '70s, Kevin Walker wrote for U.S. News & World Report.

That contradicts people's views on the financial side of higher education, the report, published by the College Board, read.

"Significantly, and perhaps counter to public impressions, price increases are not accelerating over time," Walker quoted the trends piece as stating.

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