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Author(s):SHEEO
Title:Network news: Focus on finance policy, access, and affordability
Source:http://www.sheeo.org/network/netnews/nn-v21-n2.pdf
Date:2002
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Short Description:Network News examines issues related to finance policy, access, and affordability.
Annotation:Network News examines issues related to finance policy, access, and affordability. The first article emphasizes the importance of finance policy, followed by two articles presenting a series of national studies on the cost of postsecondary education and the impact of student financing on access. Network News then takes a brief look at national data sources on finance, and concludes with a commentary examining changes in accounting standards and reporting mechanisms and their impact on state budgetary analysis.
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Affordability, Tuition and College Costs
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Financial Aid
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