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Author(s):College Board
Title:Trends in student aid 2009
Source:http://trends.collegeboard.org/
Date:2009
Organization:College Board
Short Description:Trends in Student Aid provides extensive data describing student aid of all types from all sources.
Annotation:Trends in Student Aid provides extensive data describing student aid of all types from all sources. It does not attempt to evaluate student aid programs or policies, but provides detailed information that can inform policymakers, researchers, student advocates and others in their efforts to assess and improve the effectiveness of student aid in increasing educational opportunities.
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Associated Keywords:
Financial Aid
National Perspectives
Need-based Aid
Pell Grants
Saving for College

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