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Stroke Survivor, 6.10

Stroke Survivor, 6.10

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Lincoln resident Ann Tillery, a University of Nebraska Foundation employee and ambassador for the Alzheimer’s Association, talks about watchin…

Stroke Survivor, 6.10

Stroke Survivor, 6.10

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Lincoln resident Ann Tillery (center) poses with Bryan West Campus speech therapist Alyssa Cook (left) and occupational therapist Stacey Postw…

Stroke Survivor, 6.10

Stroke Survivor, 6.10

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Lincoln resident Ann Tillery (right) hugs Bryan West speech therapist Alyssa Cook as occupational therapist Stacey Postwick looks on Thursday.

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ST. LOUIS, May 24, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Following a decade of increasing student debt and rising college tuition, only one third of Americans (36%) can correctly recognize a 529 plan as an education savings tool, according to a recent study conducted by Morning Consult with financial services firm Edward Jones. Revealed in the firm's 10th annual 529 Awareness Survey, this figure represents a slight drop from the inaugural survey in 2012* when 37% of Americans demonstrated the same understanding.