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A Hard Look at Financial Aid and Jobs Programs

Blogging for the New York Times, TC's Judith Scott-Clayton argues that now is not the time to reduce federal investments in financial aid and jobs programs -- but that in its current form, federal work-study may better serve the interests of privileged institutions than those of needy students.
By Judith Scott-Clayton, Assistant Professor in Economics & Education

Blogging for the New York Times, TC's Judith Scott-Clayton argues that now is not the time to reduce federal investments in financial aid and jobs programs -- but that in its current form, federal work-study may better serve the interests of privileged institutions than those of needy students.

Link: A Jobs Program in Need of Reform

Published Friday, Sep. 16, 2011

A Hard Look at Financial Aid and Jobs Programs

By Judith Scott-Clayton, Assistant Professor in Economics & Education

Blogging for the New York Times, TC's Judith Scott-Clayton argues that now is not the time to reduce federal investments in financial aid and jobs programs -- but that in its current form, federal work-study may better serve the interests of privileged institutions than those of needy students.

Link: A Jobs Program in Need of Reform
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