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Tuition scores assigned to colleges
Colleges disqualified as freeaccess for various reasons
Percentage of different populations within commuting distance
1968 Hypothetical additional accessibility Free-access Less accessibility of higher accessible colleges additional colleges Number additional colleges required Average population base too small Branches Central city college in thousands college see Chapter colleges at different community colleges community in thousands Commuting area commuting distance Population coordination Counties under 20,000 Cumulative percent different populations educational opportunity enroll Estimate of additional fall 1968 Hypothetical free-access college free-access higher education free-access institutions Free-access Less accessible Fringe high school graduates Hypothetical additional colleges independent set levels of accessibility live within commuting master plan Mexican Americans Number of free-access Number of recognized percent of population Percent within commuting Percentage of different population density Population of metropolitan population within commuting programs proportion Public four-year put specified percentages recognized colleges reliable estimate required to put set of additional small for reliable South Carolina South Dakota Type of college Type of community White Black Total white-collar workers