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Author(s):St. John, E., Chung, C., Musoba, G., Simmons, A., Wooden, O., and Mendez, J
Title:Expanding college access: The impact of state finance strategies
Source:http://www.luminafoundation.org/publications/fi...
Date:Not Dated
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Short Description:Provides a review of earlier access studies, a new model for assessing the impact of state finance strategies, an analysis of the impact of state finance strategies, and simulations of alternative state and federal strategies.
Annotation:This report provides a review of earlier access studies, a new model for assessing the impact of state finance strategies, an analysis of the impact of state finance strategies, and simulations of alternative state and federal strategies. This study examined the effects of state finance strategies on college enrollment rates and documented the substantial direct influence of need-based grant aid on college enrollment during the 1990s.
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Associated Keywords:
College Access
Documents
Enrollment
Financial Aid
Need-based Aid
Policy

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