If there is someone college-bound in your household, take a look at a new database that has just been launched called TuitionTracker.org. Created by the Dallas Morning News, The Hechinger Report and the Education Writers Association, the site includes data on more than 3,000 institutions of higher learning. For families dealing with making college choices, this site contains a lot of helpful information.
The screenshot below shows data for Cleveland State University. Data includes acceptance rate, SAT/ACT score ranges, etc. The graph shows the "sticker price" tuition (which includes, tuition, textbooks and supplies, room and board, and more) compared to what people actually pay based on household income.
Tuitiontracker.org is easy to use, and the data is clear, with concise explanations.
There is more info on the site at INFOdocket.com