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Repay As You Earn

Author : Philip G. Schrag
ISBN : 0897898346
Genre : Business & Economics
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The income-contingent student loan repayment plan created by Congress in 1993 should have helped idealistic high-debt borrowers to have public service careers. But few students use it. Schrag shows why most would-be public servants reject this option and how Congress could reform the program to make it work.

Borrowing Inequality

Author : Derek V. Price
ISBN : 1588262162
Genre : Social Science
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"Price concludes with provocative proposals for aid policies that would expand the range of college and career choices for students - policies that would in fact support the role of higher education as a vehicle for individual opportunity and social change."--BOOK JACKET.

Fairness In Access To Higher Education In A Global Perspective

Author : Heinz-Dieter Meyer
ISBN : 9789462092303
Genre : Education
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The purpose of this volume is to help jump-start an urgently needed conversation about fairness and justice in access to higher education to counteract the ubiquitous mantras of neoliberal globalization and managerialism. The book seeks to carve out a strong moral and normative basis for opposing mainstream developments that engender increasing inequality and market-dependency in higher education. The book’s chapters consider how different national communities channel access to higher education, what their “implicit social contracts” are, and what outcomes are produced by different policies and methods. The book is essential reading for scholars of higher education and students concerned with increasing inequality in a globalizing educational marketplace.

A Qualitative Exploration Of Psychological Sociological And Economic Benefit Cost Considerations In The Postsecondary Decision Making Process Of Lower Income Australian Youth

Author : Christopher James Rasmussen
ISBN : UOM:39015062427011
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Student Lawyer

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105063866078
Genre : Law
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Choice

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ISBN : UCSC:32106016978246
Genre : Academic libraries
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Introducing Employment Relations

Author : Steve Williams
ISBN : 9780199645497
Genre : Business & Economics
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Comprehensive and clearly focussed, this is a must-read text for students of employment relations. The accessible writing style is combined with a wealth of contemporary examples, allowing the reader to fully engage with the key critical debates surrounding each topic.

Philanthropy Under Fire

Author : Howard Husock
ISBN : 9781594037399
Genre : Political Science
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In Philanthropy Under Fire, author Howard Husock defends the American tradition of independent philanthropy from significant political and intellectual challenges which threaten it today. Although the U.S. continues to be the most charitable nation in the world, serious efforts seek to discourage traditional, personal charitable giving by changing the tax code, and directing philanthropy toward causes chosen by government. Some voices seek to narrow the very definition of philanthropy to include only direct redistribution of income from rich to poor. In contrast, Mr. Husock broadly defends philanthropy’s causes—from the food pantry to the art museum to the university science lab—as both a source of effective new ideas and as a core aspect of democracy and liberty. In a new and original argument, he asserts that having broad impact does not require a marriage of philanthropy and government. Instead, he says, private programs growing out of the values held by their leaders—and imbued with those values—can have a wide impact through their influence on society’s norms. In this sense, the good that private philanthropy does for American society can far transcend the good that it does for its immediate recipients.

Bibliographic Guide To Education

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ISBN : 0783898053
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American Book Publishing Record

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