Poll: Should Pell Grants Target College-Ready Students?

By Education Next 02/12/2014

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Financial aid spending by the federal government includes about $35 billion in Pell Grants, which provide students from low-income families up to $5,645 per year to defray college expenses.


To read more about this topic, please see “Should Pell Grants Target the College-Ready?” a forum in the Spring 2014 issue of Ed Next.

In this debate, Isabel Sawhill argues “Target Aid to Students Most Likely to Succeed.” Sara Goldrick-Rab responds “Conditional Pell Dollars Miss Students Who Need Them Most.”

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