We've all heard it: College tuition is monstrously expensive and growing more so by the year.
And it's true. But what you see -- the sticker price of tuition -- is often far different from what students actually pay after subtracting scholarships and grants.
In this video, Fool analysts Morgan Housel and Matt Koppenheffer share some data showing how the much-hyped tuition bubble may be exaggerated.
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