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Author(s):Coles, A., Purcell, J., and Gonzalo, R
Title:Early commitment financial aid programs - Do they increase college access?
Source:http://click.icptrack.com/icp/relay.php?r=10170...
Date:2006
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Short Description:Presentation delivered at the College Board national forum which dicusses the efficacy of early commitment financial aid programs in promoting college access.
Annotation:This presentation, which was delivered at the College Board national forum, dicusses the efficacy of early commitment financial aid programs in promoting college access. The authors begin with an overview of these programs, addressing their main purpose and core criteria. They then provide a list of several early commitment financial aid programs. Following this, they present information on the research associated with such programs. After providing a brief list of recommendations, the authors conclude with an in-depth analysis of the "Oklahoma's Promise" program.
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College Access
Data
Evaluation
Financial Aid
National Perspectives
Presentations
State-Level Information

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