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Task force told: N.J. colleges should rethink tuition, aid
Students from wealthy families can pay full price, Rose said, and students from low-income families can receive financial aid. But the students in the middle can get caught in the gap between being able to afford college and qualifying for need-based ...
Students at private colleges may lose financial aid under proposed state budget
The Seattle Times
Not so for students at private institutions who rely on state financial aid to help pay their tuition bills. Private tuition isn't set by the Legislature, of course â€” but the Republican version of the budget, which would lower state public-school ...
The CT Mirror
Legislators advance in-state tuition, financial aid for undocumented students
The CT Mirror
Martin Looney, the Senate's top Democrat, and Malloy are pushing to open financial aid for a limited number of undocumented students. The state's public colleges currently set aside at least 15 percent of tuition dollars each year to provide needy ...
Connecticut lawmakers debate immigrant student bills
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- College Admissions Advisors Work To Make Asian Kids Less "Asian" - BuzzFeed News
- Fri, 29 May 2015 01:59:03 GMT -
BuzzFeed NewsCollege Admissions Advisors Work To Make Asian Kids Less "Asian"
One of Brian Taylor's clients at Ivy Coach, an elite college admissions counseling firm, was a talented cellist. He loved the instrument so much that he sometimes played it for fun on the street, collecting tips. But when it came time to apply for ...
Asian Americans Deserve Better in Ivy League Admissions
Supporting Affirmative Action as Asian Americans
Asian-American groups accuse Harvard of discrimination
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- College Admissions, Frozen in Time - Chronicle of Higher Education (subscription)
- Tue, 26 May 2015 04:47:47 GMT -
Chronicle of Higher Education (subscription)College Admissions, Frozen in Time
Chronicle of Higher Education (subscription)
To understand the college-admissions process, flawed and often frustrating, it helps to ponder this awkward amphibian. Don't just take my word for it, take B. Alden Thresher's. In his 1966 book, College Admissions and the Public Interest, the longtime ...
- Behind The Curtain Of College Admissions, Fairness May Not Be Priority No. 1 - NPR
- Sat, 23 May 2015 22:01:57 GMT -
NPRBehind The Curtain Of College Admissions, Fairness May Not Be Priority No. 1
A group of Asian-American organizations â€” more than 60 in all â€” recently accused Harvard of holding Asian-American applicants to an unfairly high standard, requiring them to score better than their African-American, Hispanic or white counterparts.
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