Vox recently told its readers why textbook prices are "out of control."
According to the article, college textbook rates have been rising much more rapidly than consumer prices — an 82 percent increase between 2002 and 2012. One industry expert states the cost of publishing a textbook to be $750,000.
An increasing number of options to find books for classes is also contributing to escalating prices.
So, are there any solutions to this increasingly relevant problem? You can read about them at Vox...
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