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Author(s):Prince, H
Title:Money on the table: State initiatives to improve financial aid participation
Source:http://www.jff.org/Documents/MoneyOnTable.pdf
Date:2006
Organization:Jobs for the Future
Short Description:A brief which provides an overview of the activities of four states to address the issue of low rates of financial aid uptake.
Annotation:In this brief, the author provides an overview of the activities of four states to address the issue of low rates of financial aid uptake. The author examines programs in the following states: Connecticut, North Carolina, Texas, and California. In examining each state's activities the author looks at the background of those activities, the strategies used by the states, and the outcomes achieved. This report is connected with the Achieving the Dream initiative, which promotes the success of community college students.
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