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Author(s):Callaway, S
Title:Unintended admission consequences of federal aid for homeschoolers
Source:http://eric.ed.gov/ERICDocs/data/ericdocs2/cont...
Date:2004
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Short Description:One of the laudatory goals of the HEA amendment was to smooth the transition to the college process facing homeschoolers. The legislation appears to have made it easier for most to get financial aid, however the difficulties facing less-fortunate homeschoolers are wide-spread.
Annotation:One of the laudatory goals of the HEA amendment was to smooth the transition to college process facing homeschoolers. The legislation appears to have made it easier for most to get financial aid. The difficulties facing less-fortunate homeschoolers are wide-spread. New York is probably the worst-case scenario in the country, but, because New York is the home of one of the two most comprehensive public systems of higher education in the country, as well as the home of an extremely large number of private postsecondary institutions, what occurs in New York affects homeschool applicants nationally.
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Admissions
Documents
Financial Aid
Homeschooled Students
Non-traditional Students

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