November 2014 Archives

Gomperts: Since the end of World War II, the nation has recognized that investing in people going to college is central to opening the doors of opportunity.

Santos: Because Pell grant spending has not kept pace with the rapid rise in college costs, more low-income students go to two-year colleges or low-cost institutions where they are less likely to graduate.

Chris Hampton: I live the dividends of the Upward Bound investment and want so much for all of my students to experience those opportunities.

Smith: A greater investment in Pell Grants and other need-based student scholarships that are proven to increase degree completion is essential.


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