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Author(s):Usher, A
Title:A little knowledge is a dangerous thing: How perceptions of costs and benefits affect access to education
Source:http://www.educationalpolicy.org/pdf/littleknow...
Date:2005
Organization:Educational Policy Institute
Short Description:Finds that children from lower-income families may not be attending university because of serious misperceptions about the cost and value of post-secondary education.
Annotation:This report finds that children from lower-income families may not be attending university because of serious misperceptions about the cost and value of post-secondary education.
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College Access
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Low-Income Students
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