Study: Parental support lowers college GPA


[caption id="attachment_52671" align="alignleft" width="150"] When parents pick up greater absolute amounts and shares of college costs, it affects college GPA across the income distribution.[/caption]

Parents who are footing more of the college tuition bill for their children give them a better chance of graduating. But a surprising new study finds they might not be doing their children any favors in another area—generous financial
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