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- SuperCollege, LLC 2009; US$ 15.95
The secrets, tips, and strategies used by actual students to win millions of dollars in financial aid and scholarships are revealed in this completely revised guide for parents and high school, college, and graduate students. Every step of the scholarship process is examined, with advice on finding the right scholarships, crafting applications, writing... more...
- SuperCollege, LLC 2012; US$ 15.99
Completely revised with updated descriptions, contact information, websites, and available monies, this guide to financing higher education is the only resource students need to fund their pursuit of knowledge. Balancing detailed explanations with real-life examples and practical resources, the featured topics include finding and winning scholarships,... more...
- SuperCollege, LLC 2012; US$ 20.99
Information on thousands of scholarships, grants, and prizes is easily accessible in this revised directory with more than 700 new listings that feature awards indexed by career goal, major, academics, public service, talent, athletics, religion, ethnicity, and more. Each entry contains all the necessary information for students and parents to complete... more...
- Cooper Square Press 2002; US$ 14.99
For students and families with too much income to apply for need-based financial aid yet still wanting to keep college costs reasonable, Viollt offers numerous tips for getting a quality degree without breaking the bank. more...
- SuperCollege, LLC 2013; US$ 20.99
Information on thousands of scholarships, grants, and prizes is easily accessible in this revised directory with more than 300 new listings that feature awards indexed by career goal, major, academics, public service, talent, athletics, religion, ethnicity, and more. Each entry contains all the necessary information for students and parents to complete... more...
- R&L Education 2014; US$ 36.99
Busy administrators lack the training and experience necessary to quickly and efficiently craft a teacher evaluation system that successfully meets the needs of their district. Questions like ?What is the best program for my district?? or ?How do I get the teachers on-board?? are being asked by school leaders across the country. This book provides... more...
- Taylor and Francis 2006; US$ 42.95
Higher education rates are increasing throughout the Western world, yet at the same time, government budgets face increasing constraints. This has ensured that the importance of student support is recognized in many countries. In recent years there has been a world-wide movement towards the use of income contingent loans (ICL) for higher education.... more...
- Dearborn Trade Publishing 2004; US$ 16.95
The average American college student owes about $17,000 in loans after graduation. Quadruple that amount for the average grad school graduate. An estimated seven million Americans have accumulated nearly $81 billion in student loan debt over the past 30 years. more...
- Taylor and Francis 2007; US$ 49.95
While a substantial number of studies have evaluated the effects of merit aid programs, there is a surprising lack of any systematic consideration of how states determine eligibility criteria for these scholarships. The selectivity of merit aid eligibility criteria can be as important as whether or not such programs are adopted. If, for example, merit... more...