Indentured Studenthood

Shermer, Elizabeth Tandy
September 2015
New Labor Forum (Sage Publications Inc.);Fall2015, Vol. 24 Issue 3, p76
Academic Journal
The article reports on the re-authorization of the 1965 Higher Education Act (HEA) in the U.S. that expired in 2013. It is said that HEA was the most important piece of legislation behind the current system of financial aid to students. It has guaranteed that poor students pay more than the increasingly small number of students whose parents can pay school expenses.


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