House Approves Pell Grant Remedy

Dervarics, Charles
June 2002
Black Issues in Higher Education;06/20/2002, Vol. 19 Issue 9, p9
Reports on the approval made by the U.S. House of Representatives on a bill that would provide emergency spending fund to address the shortfall in the Pell Grant program as of June 2002. Reason for the increase in the student demand for Pell Grants; Prospect raised by the Education Department leaders on reducing grants to students; Plan of the Congress for the funding.


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