High textbook prices force students to sacrifice their grades to save money during the pandemic

Many college students are choosing to forgo purchasing textbooks as prices continue to rise. (Sharon McCutcheon)

By Jayda Williams

College students across the country are struggling to pay for textbooks, which can sometimes cost more than $1200 a semester. That has left many students with hefty bills and increasing debt. The pandemic has made the situation worse by forcing some students to sacrifice their grades in order to save money.

Jayda Williams reports.

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