IRVING, Tex. Hillary Rodham Clinton and Jeb Bush, two leading potential presidential candidates from opposing political parties, both sounded an alarm here Monday about higher education becoming financially out of reach for too many young Americans, the Washington Post reports.

Sharing the podium at a higher education conference here in suburban Dallas, the former Democratic secretary of state and the former Republican governor of Florida voiced concern about the rising costs of college in the United States.

“I worry that we’re closing the doors to higher education in our own country,” Clinton said in a nearly 40-minute education policy address. “This...

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