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Study Co-Authored by TC's Scott-Clayton Suggests State Aid Reforms

The study, released by The Brookings Institution, suggests states move beyond "merit" and "need-based" tuition aid and innovate new ways to encourage students to enroll and complete college.
The study, released by The Brookings Institution, suggests states move beyond "merit" and "need-based" tuition aid and innovate new ways to encourage students to enroll and complete college.

Link: Brookings Panel Suggests Reforms to State Aid for College Students


Published Wednesday, May. 9, 2012

Study Co-Authored by TC's Scott-Clayton Suggests State Aid Reforms

The study, released by The Brookings Institution, suggests states move beyond "merit" and "need-based" tuition aid and innovate new ways to encourage students to enroll and complete college.

Link: Brookings Panel Suggests Reforms to State Aid for College Students


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