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It's Financial Aid Time Again!


It’s that most dreaded time of the year for high school seniors and their families; that time of the year when parents gather tax forms, students face the reality of cost of attendance, grandparents prepare to cosign loans. 294 more words

College Costs

Republican Rep. Tom Reed of Corning said Republicans will back efforts to further education goals, “but just to grant a free two-year education to people is problematic. 89 more words

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(What's Left of) Our Economy: Gallup Shows Americans' Views are (All of the Above)

Although I post a lot on public opinion polls, that doesn’t mean I take them as gospel, even when they don’t deal with trade policy (where, … 421 more words

{What's Left Of) Our Economy

GAO’s Education, Workforce, and Income Security Team

GAO’s workforce is organized largely by subject area, with many of its employees working in one of 14 mission teams. Today we’ll be putting the spotlight on the Education, Workforce, and Income Security (EWIS) team, which focuses on programs and legislation that affect Americans’ quality of life from infancy to old age. 314 more words

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Financial Aid Month 2015

Forget About Resolutions. You need to make January about one thing: FINANCIAL AID.

Scholarships rock. They are basically free money for doing what you do best: being you. 275 more words


Don’t Delay in Filling out the FAFSA

Filing financial aid forms early can help your student receive more money to pay for college. 

By Anne Vaccaro Brady

The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) 480 more words