NEW YORK To help struggling students during the recession, two culinary schools here are reducing tuition for certain programs and offering credit counseling to help them obtain loans. The French Culinary Institute of New York City said Thursday it is lopping off $4,000 from the $32,700 in tuition it charges for its evening pastry arts classes beginning in March. FCI and its sister school, The Italian Culinary Academy, also have retained a credit counselor to analyze the ...
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