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A Poor Way to Tie the Pell Grant to Performance

“Groan” is a word that is typically used to describe something that is unpleasant or bad. But in the language of student financial aid, “groan” has a second meaning—a grant that converts to a loan if students fail to meet certain criteria. 559 more words

Re-enrolling in college after accruing student debt

Q: We are working with a youth who would like to reenroll in community college, but has incurred student debt from when he enrolled and received the Pell Grant, and then dropped out and did not pay the financial aid back. 257 more words

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Downloadable Dataset of Pell Recipient Graduation Rates

Earlier this week, my blog post summarizing new data on Pell Grant recipients’ graduation rates at four-year colleges was released through the Brookings Institution’s Brown Center Chalkboard blog… 95 more words

A Look at Pell Grant Recipients' Graduation Rates

This post originally appeared on the Brookings Institution’s Brown Center Chalkboard blog.

The federal government provides nearly $30 billion in grant aid each year to nearly eight million students from lower-income families (mainly with household incomes below $50,000 per year) through the… 1,172 more words

Pell Grants should be increased to 1980 levels

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By Alyssa Foley

American minds are our nation’s most valuable resource. Education helps people improve their lives, families and community. 318 more words

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Special Bulletin: Tell Your Congressperson to Increase Federal Student Aid Appropriations

The U.S. House of Representatives’ Committee on Appropriations recently voted to send HR 3358 to the full House for debate and a vote. This bill appropriates funds for federal student aid programs for federal Fiscal Year (FY) 2018. 371 more words

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