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Author(s):St. John, E., Musoba, G., Simmons, A., and Chung, C
Title:Meeting the access challenge: Indiana's Twenty-first Century Scholars program
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Date:2002
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Short Description:Examines Indiana’s Twenty-first Century Scholars program, measuring resultant increases in college enrollment rates.
Annotation:This report examines Indiana’s Twenty-first Century Scholars program, measuring resultant increases in college enrollment rates. The authors reviewed Indiana college-continuation rates and found that Indiana has made substantial improvement since the program’s establishment in 1990. In 1986, Indiana ranked 40th in college continuation. By 1998, it had improved to 17th among the States.
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College Access
Documents
Enrollment
Financial Aid
Indiana
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