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Author(s):Longanecker, D., and Blanco, C
Title:Student success: Statewide P-16 programs
Date:Not Dated
Short Description:Examines characteristics of well-grounded state financial assistance programs.
Annotation:Student financial assistance is an essential component of any P-16 program. This policy brief examines characteristics of well-grounded state financial assistance programs, including: orientation toward the needs of the students they serve, integration with state tuition and financing policies, as well as with federal and private aid programs, accountability, transparency, comprehensiveness, and inclusiveness, among others.
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Associated Keywords:
Financial Aid
P-16 (Pre K - Grade 16) Alignment and Initiatives
State-Level Information
Student Success

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