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Author(s):Pachon, H and Zarate, M
Title:Perceptions of college financial aid among California Latino youth
Short Description:Report discussing the implications of latino students' perceptions of college financial aid.
Annotation:This report discusses the implications of latino students' perceptions of college financial aid. The authors assert that such perceptions can impact these students' decisions regarding college and college planning, even prior to high school. In addition to providing findings from the study, the authors discuss policy implications and potential solutions to minimize the impact of these perceptions on latino college access.
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College Access
Financial Aid

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