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Author(s):LeClaire, J
Title:A few strings attached: State retention programs
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Short Description:Examines state retention programs, like Indiana's proposed Hoosier Hope Scholarshp, that use merit-based financial aid as an incentive to stem "brain drain" from the state.
Annotation:This FastWeb article examines state retention programs, like Indiana's proposed Hoosier Hope Scholarshp, that use merit-based financial aid as an incentive to stem "brain drain" from the state.
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