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Author(s):Baum, S
Title:The federal government and the student aid partnership
Source:http://www.pathwaystocollege.net/webarticles/pd...
Date:2002
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Short Description:Though it is both necessary and appropriate for the federal government, state governments, post-secondary institutions, and the for-profit and non-profit sectors to play distinct roles in the higher education financing process, they often find themselves in tension, rather than reinforcing efforts toward a common goal.
Annotation:Though it is both necessary and appropriate for the federal government, state governments, post-secondary institutions, and the for-profit and non-profit sectors to play distinct roles in the higher education financing process, they often find themselves in tension, rather than reinforcing efforts toward a common goal. The federal government must take the lead in clearly articulating the overarching goal of student aid and coordinating efforts between the actors to maximize equity and efficiency in the system.
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