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Author(s):American Council on Education
Title:Improving lives: Ensuring the academic success of low-income adults
Source:http://www.acenet.edu/Content/NavigationMenu/Pr...
Date:2006
Organization:American Council on Education
Short Description:Webpage for the Improving Lives project--a multifacted three-year project of the ACE Center for Policy Analysis funded by Lumina Foundation for Education to Address the issue of academic success for low-income adults.
Annotation:The webpage for the Improving Lives project--a multifacted three-year project of the ACE Center for Policy Analysis funded by Lumina Foundation for Education to Address the issue of academic success for low-income adults. The site describes the goals of the program and contains a sections with reports and activties relevant to the program. This section includes a link to an online resource of state and federal programs for low-income adults. The site also links several related publications.
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Adult Students
Low-Income Students
Non-traditional Students
Policy
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