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Tuition financial aid on the way for middle-class California families
Los Angeles Times
Madison Acampora, shown in her room at home in El Cajon, Calif., has been accepted to UCLA and is hoping to receive one of the first state scholarships designed to help middle-class families with education expenses at California's public universities.
Democrats renew push to extend state financial aid to some unauthorized ...
OLS then calculated that assuming 950 in one year graduated from high school, went on to a public college and won the average Tuition Aid Grant award of $5,466, it would cost the program $5.2 million, or about 1.5 percent of the state's total ...
NJ Assembly Speaker pushes to extend financial aid to college students in US ...
Lawmaker: Give aid to students in US illegally
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The office then calculated that assuming 950 in one year graduated from high school, went on to a public college, and won the average Tuition Aid Grant award of $5,466, it would cost the program $5.2 million â€” or about 1.5 percent of the state's total ...
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- Editorial: Maintaining delicate balance on diverse college admissions - MassLive.com
- Tue, 22 Jul 2014 14:46:29 GMT - Editorial: Maintaining delicate balance on diverse college admissions
A federal appeals court panel ruled that the University of Texas can continue using race as a factor in undergraduate admissions as a way of promoting diversity on campus, the latest in an ongoing case that made it to the U.S. Supreme Court last year ...
Supreme Court should give this affirmative action case a pass
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- Appeals court allows race in Texas college admissions - USA TODAY
- Wed, 16 Jul 2014 00:10:21 GMT -
USA TODAYAppeals court allows race in Texas college admissions
Last year, the Supreme Court ruled that the federal appeals court based in New Orleans didn't apply "strict scrutiny" when making its initial decision to uphold the University of Texas admissions policy, which allows the use of race as a factor in ...
Appeals court upholds UT admissions policy
Breaking news: Appeals court rules University of Texas can use race as factor ...
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Appeals court upholds college admission based on race
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- Student Calls For Equality for Female Students in College Admissions - Women of China
- Thu, 24 Jul 2014 09:18:49 GMT -
Women of ChinaStudent Calls For Equality for Female Students in College Admissions
Women of China
A senior college student from Guangzhou, Huang Yeyunzi, recently wrote a letter to Chinese President Xi Jinping complaining about the sexual discrimination against female students in college admissions. Huang is very concerned about gender inequality ...
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