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Author(s):Mortenson, T
Title:The growing gap between reality and policy in opportunity in for higher education
Short Description:Power Point presentation with information pertaining to higher education opportunity and related policies.
Annotation:Power Point presentation with information pertaining to higher education opportunity and related policies. The presentation includes a number of charts and graphs which depict trends related to these issues. Some specific areas are examined, including human capital, changing demographics, policy responses, and consequences for opportunity for higher education.
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Educational Attainment/College Degree Completion
National Perspectives
Need-based Aid

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