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Author(s):St. John, E. P
Title:The impact of information and student aid on persistence: A review of research and discussion of experiments
Source:http://www.teri.org/pdf/research-studies/Reseac...
Date:2004
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Short Description:Report that "examines research related to the role of information in promoting persistence."
Annotation:In this report, the author "examines research related to the role of information in promoting persistence." The author asserts that research concerning student aid can "inform the design of experiments with early (pre-college) information." The report considers research regarding three approaches: encouragement, information on aid awards, and guarantees of grant awards.
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Financial Aid
Persistence/Retention

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