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Author(s):Heller, D and Rasmussen, C
Title:Do merit scholarships promote college access? Evidence from two states
Source:http://www.personal.psu.edu/faculty/d/e/deh29/p...
Date:2001
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Short Description:Report which examines merit-based aid programs in two states to determine their efficacy in promoting college access.
Annotation:In this report, the authors examine merit-based aid programs in two states to determine their efficacy in promoting college access. The authors indicate the trend of increases in the use of merit-based financial aid programs. Their study examines programs in both Georgia and Michigan. In this report, they provide an account of the research framework, methodology, and results.
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Affordability, Tuition and College Costs
College Access
Financial Aid
Merit-based Aid
State-Level Information

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