Condition of Access Higher Education for Lower Income Students
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Price signals received by lower income students, as well as educational decisions those price signals are prompting, have potentially serious consequences. Heller asserts that increased access to higher education institutions for lower income students must be established as a national priority--as an implicit promise to lower income families. This book clearly outlines the gap in college participation between rich and poor, stimulating discussion of barriers to postsecondary education for the most needy students. A group of expert researchers, led by Donald Heller, use the most recent research available to discuss the state of access to America's higher education institutions for lower income students. They examine the postsecondary education patterns of lower income students in the U.S. Also considered is the status of student aid programs. Academic and social factors that help prepare a student to remain in the higher education system are considered, along with demographic trends facing the nation and recommendations for moving the country toward the ideals of the Truman Commission of the mid-twentieth century.
List price: $44.95
Copyright year: 2002
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Incorporated
Publication date: 6/24/2005
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.25" long x 0.75" tall
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|Educational Opportunity in America|
|An Issue of Equity|
|Student Aid Programs|
|Federal Student Aid in Historical Perspective|
|State Aid and Student Access: The Changing Picture|
|Changing Patterns of Institutional Aid: Impact on Access and Education Policy|
|Early Intervention, Remediation, and Support Services|
|Pre-college Outreach and Early Intervention Programs|
|Beyond Money: Support Strategies for Disadvantaged Students|
|The Demographic Window of Opportunity: College Access and Diversity in the New Century|
|Policy Priorities and Political Realities|