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Author(s):Erisman, W. and McSwain, C
Title:Expanding access and opportunity: The impact of the Gates Millennium Scholars Program
Short Description:A review of "preliminary findings of research on the Gates Millenium Scholars Program."
Annotation:This report presents a review of "preliminary findings of research on the Gates Millenium Scholars Program." The Gates Millenium Scholars Program has awarded scholarships to over 10,000 low-income and minority students. The report looks at demographic and preparation information, as well as outcome information concerning students who benefit from this scholarship program.
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