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Author(s):Center for the Study of Education Policy
Title:Recession, retrenchment, and recovery: State higher education funding and student financial aid volume II
Source:http://www.coe.ilstu.edu/eafdept/centerforedpol...
Date:2006
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Short Description:Report which "examines the states' enrollment trends, appropriations for higher education, allocations to need-based student financial aid, and changes in tuition and fees at public institutions."
Annotation:This report which "examines the states' enrollment trends, appropriations for higher education, allocations to need-based student financial aid, and changes in tuition and fees at public institutions." The report was prepared to be a companion to "Recession, Retrenchment and Recovery: Higher Education Funding and Student Financial Aid." The authors provide profiles of individual states and their performance on a variety of measure used in the analysis for the recession, retrenchment, and recovery project.
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Financial Aid
Funding
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