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Author(s):Institute for Higher Education Policy
Title:The policy of choice: Expanding student options in higher education
Short Description:Updates key data, lays out the past and present issues of college choice and discusses the goals of federal student aid and the effectiveness of federal aid programs in meeting them.
Annotation:The goals and effectiveness of federal Title IV student aid programs are again at the forefront of higher education policy debate. The role of federal student aid in promoting access, choice, and affordability despite rising college tuitions and increasing numbers of disadvantaged students is critical to the debate. This primer on college choice updates key data, lays out the past and present issues of college choice and discusses the goals of federal student aid and the effectiveness of federal aid programs in meeting them.
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Financial Aid
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