‪Reimagining What To Do With Financial Aid For Today’s College Students‬

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Wednesday, January 23, 2013

Days after the U.S. federal government brokered a deal to avoid the worst of the tax increases and spending cuts known collectively as the “fiscal cliff,” the Institute for Higher Education Policy (IHEP) is calling today on federal policymakers along with other actors in the higher education system—including students, institutions, and states—to have “skin in the game” of financial aid reform because all parties can stand to benefit. In its new white paper, Making Sense of the System: Financial Aid for the 21st-Century Student, IHEP outlines 13 federal policy recommendations for improving the financial aid system so that more students can attend and succeed in college, and ultimately earn valuable postsecondary degrees and credentials.

To download a free copy of Making Sense of the System: Financial Aid for the 21st-Century Student, visit IHEP’s website at www.ihep.org.

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