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Author(s):Constantine, J., Seftor, N., Martin, E., Silva, T., and Myers, D
Title:Study of the effect of the Talent Search program on secondary and postsecondary outcomes in Florida, Indiana and Texas
Short Description:Findings from this study indicate that students enrolled in the Talent Search program were more likely to apply for federal financial aid and enroll in postsecondary education in Florida, Indiana, and Texas.
Annotation:Findings from this study indicate that students enrolled in the Talent Search program were more likely to apply for federal financial aid and enroll in postsecondary education in Florida, Indiana, and Texas. Talent Search participants were more likely to enroll in a public college or university in their state, and participants were more likely to enroll in two-and four-year institutions, with enrollment in type linked to the type of institution hosting the Talent Search program.
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College Access Programs
Financial Aid
Preparation/College Readiness
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