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Author(s):College Board
Title:Trends in student aid 2003
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Date:2003
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Short Description:Presents annual data on the amount of financial assistance—grants, loans, work-study, and education tax credits—distributed to students to help them pay for postsecondary education.
Annotation:This report presents annual data on the amount of financial assistance—grants, loans, work-study, and education tax credits—distributed to students to help them pay for postsecondary education.
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Borrowing/Student Debt
Data
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Financial Aid
Pell Grants

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