Higher education builds communities

Dalstrom, Carl
June 2004
Las Vegas Business Press;6/7/2004, Vol. 21 Issue 22, p4
Focuses on the social and economic benefits of investing in higher education and post-secondary education in the U.S. Decline in federal student aid and state funding for colleges and universities; Need to urge representative to support increases in funding for Federal Pell grants.


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