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Author(s):Lilly, S.
Title:A closer look at the President's proposal for changes in student assistance
Organization:Center for American Progress
Short Description:Examines President Bush's campaign promise to dramatically increase the size of Pell Grants, and the reality of his actual proposal to make only minimal changes to the Pell Grant.
Annotation:This article examines President Bush's campaign promise to dramatically increase the size of Pell Grants, and the reality of his actual proposal to make only minimal changes to the Pell Grant.
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Affordability, Tuition and College Costs
College Access
Financial Aid
Low-Income Students
National Perspectives
Pell Grants

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