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Author(s):Jager-Hyman, J.
Title: Pre-college outreach programs for low-income students: A literature review
Organization:Advisory Committee on Student Financial Assistance
Short Description:Reviews existing literature on pre-college outreach programs for low-income students to provide an overview of their effectiveness in improving college access and persistence.
Annotation:This report reviews existing literature on pre-college outreach programs for low-income students to provide an overview of their effectiveness in improving college access and persistence. In addition, the review is intended to assist policy-makers and practitioners with replication of effective programs.
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College Access
Low-Income Students
Preparation/College Readiness

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