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Author(s):Advisory Committee on Student Financial Assistance
Title:Access and persistence: Fall 2005
Source:http://www.ed.gov/about/bdscomm/list/acsfa/acsf...
Date:2005
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Short Description:Contains an analysis of "why policy research matters," an examination of the adequacy of financial aid, ACSFA recommendations in the Higher Education Act Reauthorization, and new legislative changes and policy research initiatives.
Annotation:This issue of Access and Persistence contains an analysis of "why policy research matters," an examination of the adequacy of financial aid, ACSFA recommendations in the Higher Education Act Reauthorization, and new legislative changes and policy research initiatives.
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College Access
Documents
Evaluation
Financial Aid
Persistence/Retention
Policy

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