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Author(s):Mid-America Association of Educational Opportunity Program Personnel
Title:TRIO Mid-America Association of Educational Opportunity Program Personnel (MAEOPP)
Source:http://www.maeopp.org/
Date:2005
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Short Description:MAEOPP is a recognized non-profit consortium of professionals with the specific purpose of leveling the playing field of educational opportunity for first generation, low income, and disabled students.
Annotation:The Mid-America Association of Educational Opportunity Program Personnel (MAEOPP) is a recognized non-profit consortium of professionals with the specific purpose of leveling the playing field of educational opportunity for first generation, low income, and disabled students. MAEOPP is the representative professional body for colleges, universities and agencies that host federally-funded TRIO educational opportunity programs within ten states in the great Midwest.
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College Access
College Access Programs
College and Career Planning (for Parents)
First Generation College Students
Indiana
Indiana College Access Organizations
Low-Income Students
National College Access Organizations
Non-traditional Students
Students with Disabilities/ Special Needs Students
TRIO Programs
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