% CHANGE SINCE 2004 = 52%
STATE GRANT AID PER STUDENT = $842
% OF AID BASED ON FINANCIAL NEED = 98%
"The net price, on average, is considerably lower than the published price. For example, the average published in-state price for tuition and fees for four-year public colleges is $9,139 per year. But the average net price — what the average family really pays — is just $3,030 per year. For private nonprofit four-year colleges, the average published price is $31,230 per year, but the average family pays just $12,360 annually."
If you graduate and get accepted to college,
your tuition will be paid to the last dollar.
You just won a free college education. All of you.
Greensboro's News and Record
September 17, 2015
If 4,000 students get into colleges and ask for the money,
and North Carolina covers $842 per student,
and Federal money covers another $3,000,
$3,842 - $6,677 = $2,835 per Guilford County Student
which Say Yes is going to pick up the tab for every year?
$2,835 x 4,000 = $11,340,000 per year from Say Yes?
There's only about $35 million in the endowment so far,
some of which is supposed to be gifted over a series of years.
Where's all the money going to come from?
On October 3, 2015, Guilford County's Board of Education was shown a "Full Tuition Scholarship Incentive" plan, for every GCS graduate who goes to college
How the Triad Business Journal got played for chumps by Say Yes to Education and Say Yes Guilford
Say Yes to Education, Inc. (Say Yes), and Say Yes Guilford appears to be a legal Ponzi scheme and/or a Racket
Are our local Realtors saying Say Yes to Education is going to pay for everyone in Guilford County's college?