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How grandparents can help pay college tuition
"If grandparents get involved only when the parent is filing the FAFSA, it's too late to look at college-savings options," says Joseph Hurley, the founder of Savingforcollege.com. Instead, you'll have to examine different payment options. Cash gifts to ...
Cost, financial aid becoming more important in college choice
Los Angeles Times
"Costs and financial aid are becoming more important and salient to students' decisions in part due to increased tuition," said Kevin Eagan, interim director of UCLA's Cooperative Institutional Research Program, which prepares the survey. "Tuition has ...
Haggling over college financial aid could end up costing you
Experts say parents who play that game can help fuel an arms race: The more aid a college shells out, the more it has to make up the difference somewhere elseâ€”quite possibly in the tuition levels your younger children face. "If you think of a college ...
Dickering over a college aid offer? You may be sorry
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- New SAT part of a changing admissions process - USA TODAY
- Sun, 09 Mar 2014 21:24:33 GMT -
New York TimesNew SAT part of a changing admissions process
AUSTIN â€” Everybody loves to hate the SAT, but the breathtaking changes to the 88-year-old college entrance exam unveiled here last week caught just about everybody by surprise. The new test, due in the spring of 2016, will make the dreaded essay ...
Standardized tests crucial to kids-college matchup
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- California lawmakers look to change college admission rules - San Francisco Chronicle
- Wed, 12 Mar 2014 01:00:53 GMT -
San Francisco ChronicleCalifornia lawmakers look to change college admission rules
San Francisco Chronicle
209 to prohibit public institutions from "discriminating against or granting preferential treatment" to any group or individual in hiring, contracting and college admissions. The law's most obvious impact has been a 49 percent plunge in admission ...
Finally, A Way to Diversify Cal Universities? Or â€śThe Most Racist Billâ€ť in ...
Amendment not biased against Asian Americans: Letters
San Gabriel Valley Tribune
Diverse California: Chinese Want to Keep Prop 209's Ban on Affirmative Action
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- Mapping the Anxiety About College Admissions - The Atlantic
- Thu, 06 Mar 2014 22:24:02 GMT -
The AtlanticMapping the Anxiety About College Admissions
When students or families have the financial means, one way they often deal with their anxiety (or manifest it) is by retaining the services of a college-admissions consultant, a hired gun, who professes to be able to guide students and their families ...
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