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Just the Stats: Does No-Loan Financial Aid Really Improve Diversity?

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by Olivia Majesky-Pullmann


In an effort to increase racial and economic diversity, many Ivy League institutions are implementing very generous financial aid policies that guarantee that low-income students will graduate without incurring debt. But are these aggressive new policies really working?



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