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Some Consequences of Differential Undergraduate Tuition Increases at UW-Madison
Annual percentage increases in UW-Madison tuition rates for in-state and out-of-state undergraduates have typically been almost identical. But beginning in 1999, increases for the two rates were significantly different ...
Who Ever Thought Need-Based Grants Would Increase Low-Income College Enrollment?
When Congress established the Basic Education Opportunity Grant (BEOG) program in 1972, research predicted need-based grants would remove an important financial barrier to college attendance and raise college enrollment ...
Low-Income Student Access at UW-Madison and Beyond: Problems and Solutions
Levels of access and success in higher education depend on the policies pursued by colleges and universities and the characteristics of applicants, enrollees, and graduates. These often controversial issues are closely ...
Balancing Give and Take: Funding and Accountability in Public Higher Education
Many of the challenges facing postsecondary education today are rooted in lack of resources and money. As state legislatures wrestle with the growing costs of Medicaid, social services, corrections, and K-12 education, ...