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Author(s):Pell Institute
Title:Indicators of opportunity in higher education
Source:http://www.pellinstitute.org/statusreport/5b_In...
Date:2004
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Short Description:Measured opportunities for low-income students to access and succeed in higher education, and tracked students' progress and improvement over time.
Annotation:This report is designed to measure the opportunities for low-income students to access and succeed in higher education. Students’ progress and improvement over time is tracked, and findings are used to advocate for better understanding and support of college access programs.
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College Access
Data
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Low-Income Students
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