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Author(s):Hart, P. D. and Teeter, R. M
Title:Quality, affordability and access: Americans speak on higher education
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Date:2003
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Short Description:Report on public opinion which examines American's views of higher education.
Annotation:Report on public opinion which examines American's views of higher education. The report is based off of data from a survey of 1,003 adults and on interviews of faculty, higher education students, and business leaders. The researchers looked at the areas of affordability, quality, and college access. They also look at some aspects of the K-12 school system. Several graphs are presented to display the information from the surveys.
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Associated Keywords:
College Access
Evaluation
Financial Aid
National Perspectives

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