Federal Law and Financial Aid: A Framework for Evaluating Diversity-Related Programs
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A practical framework to help colleges and universities develop and evaluate diversity-related financial aid and scholarship policies and practices in ways that are both educationally and legally sound. Based on national seminars and other work of the College Board's Access and Diversity Collaborative, this manual provides guidance for institutional self-assessment of race- or ethnicity conscious programs. Authors: Arthur L. Coleman, Scott R. Palmer, and Femi Richards from Holland & Knight LLP. Quantities of 50 or more: $5 each.