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Author(s):Burgdorf, B. D. and Kostka, K
Title:Eliminating complexity and inconsistency in federal financial aid programs for higher education students: Towards a more strategic approach
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Short Description:One in a series of issue papers to inform the work of the Secretary's "Commission on the Future of Higher Education," this paper succintly describes the different types of federal financial aid and makes suggestions to simplify the system to maximize the policy objectives of access, retention, and decreased debt burden.
Annotation:One in a series of issue papers to inform the work of the Secretary's "Commission on the Future of Higher Education," this paper succintly describes the different types of federal financial aid and makes suggestions to simplify the system to maximize the policy objectives of access, retention, and decreased debt burden.
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