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Author(s):Coles, A., Conley, D., Davies, G., King, J., Portch, S., and Tinto, V
Title:The challenge of access and persistence
Source:http://www.wiscape.wisc.edu/publications/attach...
Date:2003
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Short Description:This collection of papers from WISCAPE addresses issues surrounding college access and success, including: family perspectives, federal roles, P-16 reforms, and state policies and strategies for increasing retention and persistence.
Annotation:This collection of papers from WISCAPE addresses issues surrounding college access and success, including: family perspectives, federal roles, P-16 reforms, and state policies and strategies for increasing retention and persistence.
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Associated Keywords:
College Access
Documents
P-16 (Pre K - Grade 16) Alignment and Initiatives
Pell Grants
Persistence/Retention
Policy

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