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Author(s):King, J
Title:Crucial choices: How students financial decisions affect their academic success
Short Description:Examines the impact of college students financial choices on their academic success and liklihood of persistence to graduation.
Annotation:This report examines the impact of college students financial choices on their academic success and liklihood of persistence to graduation. Financial decisions of low-income students are emphasized, as these students are at the greatest risk of dropping out.
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High School Dropouts
Low-Income Students
Student Success

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