Priced Out: How the Wrong Financial-Aid Policies Hurt Low-Income Students

The Education Trust has published a document titled “Priced Out: How the Wrong Financial Aid Policies Hurt Low-Income Students”

The document highlights:

  • New data from the U.S. Department of Education permits this unprecedented analysis of the real cost of college.
  • Low-income students at 275 institutions are expected to pay more than 100 percent of their annual family income to attend college.
  • Not one of the nation’s public flagships, private nonprofits, or for-profit institutions appears among the five institutions that meet relatively conservative criteria for affordability, quality, and accessibility
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