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Author(s):Heller, D., and Marin, P
Title:Who should we help? The negative social consequences of merit aid scholarships
Source:http://www.civilrightsproject.harvard.edu/resea...
Date:2002
Organization:Harvard Civil Rights Project
Short Description:This report studies the harmful effects of merit based financial aid on disadvantaged student populations.
Annotation:Recognizing the need for development of policies and programs that increase access to higher education for minority and economically disadvantaged students, this report studies the harmful effects of merit based financial aid on disadvantaged student populations.
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Financial Aid
Low-Income Students
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