Some of the nearly 750,000 students enrolling in Ohio colleges this fall could will find themselves paying more than ever for textbooks, possibly amounting to a combined $876 million this year, according to an analysis by the Dayton Daily News.
What is the The Ohio Board of Regents doing to help students who can't afford to buy all of their textbooks? What do students have to say about rising textbook costs?
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