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    • Enrollment Management and the Low-Income Student 

      Bastedo, Michael (American Enterprise Institute, 2015-08-04)
      A wide range of actors are taking notice that low-income students constitute less than 5 percent of the enrollment at the U.S most selective institutions, a percentage that, despite a great deal of effort and policy reform, ...
    • Low-Income Students at Selective Colleges: Disappearing or Holding Steady? 

      Delisle, Jason D.; Cooper, Preston (American Enterprise Institute, 2018-07-12)
      Alarming stories about increasing economic stratification at America’s selective colleges frequently appear in the news media. But this genre of education journalism comes with several caveats. Much of the research on ...
    • The Missing “One-Offs”: The Hidden Supply of High-Achieving, Low-Income Students 

      Hoxby, Caroline M.; Avery, Christopher (The Brookings Institution, 2013)
      In this article, the authors argue that there are indeed low-income students with SAT and ACT scores and grades that place them in the 10 percent of all students – between 25,000-35,000 of them. They find that there are ...
    • The 20% Solutions: Selective Colleges Can Afford to Admit More Pell Grant Recipients 

      Carnevale, Anthony P.; Van Der Werf, Martin (Georgetown University Center on Education and the Workforce, 2017-05-02)
      This report illustrates that if every college was required to have at least 20 percent Pell Grant recipients, an additional 72,000 Pell students would have to be admitted to 346 colleges and universities, half of which are ...