Lawmakers Consider Shifting Aid from Ivies to Public Colleges

Boulard, Garry
April 2004
Community College Week;4/26/2004, Vol. 16 Issue 19, p10
Reports on the plans of U.S. legislators to alter the distribution of federal-aid programs for universities and colleges as of April 2004. Conflicts in the U.S. House of Representatives regarding the distribution of campus-based federal aids; Goal of the Republican leadership in proposing the financial legislation; Advantages of the legislation; Criticisms of the allotment formulas; Information on a "Boston Globe" report regarding the distribution of financial allocations for universities and colleges.


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