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Author(s):Price, D., and Davis, R
Title:Institutional grants and baccalaureate degree attainment
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Date:2006
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Short Description:Provides convincing evidence of the need to focus attention on persistence issues to ensure that financial aid is both providing student access and assuring student degree completion.
Annotation:This study of institutional aid and persistence uses financial aid and persistence data from the National Center for Education Statistics. It provides convincing evidence of the need to focus more attention on persistence issues to ensure that financial aid is both providing student access and assuring student degree completion.
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College Access
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Educational Attainment/College Degree Completion
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High School Graduation

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