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Crystal Ball: College Admissions And Financial Aid Trends Are Predictable
What trends we saw developing then with regard to financial aid and admissions policies are holding true today, and are evidenced by the recent announcements by individual colleges and universities regarding tighter aid policies and tuition increases, ...
Tuition up this fall at 9 Mississippi community colleges
Many Mississippi community college students pay less than full tuition through a combination of scholarships and financial aid. In 20 of Mississippi's 82 counties, local governments and private donors pay tuition for recent high school graduates who ...
GOP tuition cuts a breath of fresh political air
The Seattle Times
The back story is that over the years the state's colleges had been defunded by the Democrats. It was part of a strategy called â€śhigh-tuition, high financial aid.â€ť The colleges could increase tuition, while the cash-strapped state would focus on ...
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- Supreme Court will once again consider affirmative action in college admissions - Inside Higher Ed
- Mon, 29 Jun 2015 13:52:30 GMT -
Inside Higher EdSupreme Court will once again consider affirmative action in college admissions
Inside Higher Ed
WASHINGTON -- The U.S. Supreme Court agreed today to review the constitutionality of the consideration of race and ethnicity in college admissions cases. The case involves the admissions practices at the University of Texas at Austin. It is possible ...
The Supreme Court will consider race in college admissions â€” again
Supreme Court to Weigh Race in College Admissions
New York Times
US top court agrees to weigh affirmative action in college admissions
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- Crystal Ball: College Admissions And Financial Aid Trends Are Predictable - Forbes
- Wed, 01 Jul 2015 04:00:50 GMT - Crystal Ball: College Admissions And Financial Aid Trends Are Predictable
Five years ago I wrote an article for Forbes, Billions in Merit Aid Up For Grabs, in which I shared some trends that had developed as the result of the financial crisis, as well as what I was anticipating in years ahead. With some high profile ...
- Colleges Brace for Supreme Court Review of Race-Based Admissions - New York Times
- Wed, 01 Jul 2015 01:11:47 GMT -
New York TimesColleges Brace for Supreme Court Review of Race-Based Admissions
New York Times
The Supreme Court's decision to reconsider a challenge to affirmative action at the University of Texas at Austin has universities around the country fearing that they will be forced to abandon what remains of race-based admission preferences and ...
SCOTUS to take another look at race based college admissions
Supreme Court To Reconsider Use Of Race In College Admissions, Possibly ...
Supreme Court hearing Affirmative Action college admissions case
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