Reimagining Student Aid
A new paper calls for making information about aid eligibility clearer and getting it to students from disadvantaged backgrounds at a younger age.
Experts convene at a George Mason University workshop to improve scholarly books before they are published.
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It helps to have someone hold you responsible, in an unintrusive way, to your own writing goals.
More on Admissions & Student Aid
Officials at both public and private colleges are "very concerned" about enrolling enough students.
Many students attend colleges above or below their ability level. Family income drives some decisions, the researchers say, but other factors play a role.
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