In an article that features charts from the recent publication, Higher Education Tax Reform: A Shared Agenda for Increasing College Affordability, Access, and Success, data reveals that students with the least amount of need gleans the most tax-based student aid.
The data is based from the U.S. Department of Education and from the Tax Policy Center. CLASP calls for the urgent need in tackling college affordability, access, and completion issues facing low-income families.
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