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Author(s):CommunicationWorks, LLC
Title:Capturing the college potential of students from underserved populations: An analysis of efforts to overcome social and financial barriers to college
Source:http://www.pathwaystocollege.net/webarticles/pd...
Date:2003
Organization:CommunicationWorks, LLC
Short Description:Examines college access campaigns across the country.
Annotation:This report contains a broad cross-section of college access campaigns across the country. Strengths and replicability of existing campaigns are identified, with analysis of the impact and effectiveness of campaign strategies and programs.
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College Access
Documents
Interventions
Low-Income Students
Minority/Race/Ethnicity

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