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Author(s):Davis, R
Title:College access, financial aid, and college success for undergraduates from foster care
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Date:2006
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Short Description:This report intends to fill the knowledge gap about the postsecondary experiences of undergraduates who enter college from foster care.
Annotation:This report intends to fill the knowledge gap about the postsecondary experiences of undergraduates who enter college from foster care. The report provides background information on these students, the rate at which they access colleges, their financial aid packages, and their rates of degree attainment.
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College Access
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Educational Attainment/College Degree Completion
Financial Aid
Foster Youth
Non-traditional Students

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