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Author(s):Price, D
Title:Early financial aid commitment: Response to Indiana's education roundtable
Source:http://inpathways.net/early-price.pdf
Date:2004
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Short Description:Examines problems with Indiana's current higher education finance system, and recommends re-structuring Indiana's higher education finance policy.
Annotation:This presentation examines problems with Indiana's current higher education finance system, and recommends re-structuring Indiana's higher education finance policy to simiplify early commitment and expand access for all Hoosiers.
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Affordability, Tuition and College Costs
Financial Aid
Indiana
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