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Each of the 12 issues of this 1999 publication contains 1 or more analyses of postsecondary educational opportunities. Titles of the individual analyses are: (1) Parental Educational Attainment and Higher Educational Opportunity (number 79); (2) Refinancing Higher Education, 1952 to 1997 (number 79); (3) State Outreach Efforts to Students from Low Income Families, 1996 (number 80); (4) Why College? Private Correlates of Educational Attainment (number 81); (5) Refocusing Student Financial Aid: From Grants to Loans, from Need to Merit, from Poor to Affluent (number 82); (6) Metropolitan Status and Higher Educational Opportunity (number 82); (7) Chance for College for Dependent Students from Low Income Families by State 1992-93 to 1997-98 (number 83); (8) A Merit-Aware Model for College Admissions and Affirmative Action (William J. Goggin, number 83); (9) Changing Industrial Employment Effects on Men and Women 1939 to 1998 (number 83); (10) Hope and Lifetime Learning Tax Credits (number 83); (11) College Continuation Rates for 1998 High School Graduates (number 84); (12) The Decline of Need-Based Student Financial Aid 1978 to ? (number 84);(13) Educational Attainment and Income for Persons, Households, Cities and States 1940 to 1998 (number 85); (14) Educational Opportunity by Family Income 1970 to 1997 (number 86); (15) The Changing Face of America (number 86); (16) Tracking High School Graduation 1970 to 1998: Raising the Bar (number 87); (17) A Preliminary Report: FY2000 State Appropriations for Higher Education (number 87); (18) Unmet (and Overmet) Financial Need of Undergraduate Students (number 88); (19) Institutional Graduation Rates by Academic Selectivity and Low Income Representation (number 88); (20) Freshman to Sophomore Persistence 1983 to 1999 (number 89); (21) Institutional Charges and Family Income 1968 to 1998: Monitoring College Affordability (number 89); and (22) State Tax Appropriations for Higher Education, FY 2000 (number 90). Each issue contains charts and graphs. (SLD)

Descriptors: Access to Education, Data Analysis, Educational Equity (Finance), Educational Opportunities, Educational Trends, Higher Education, Low Income Groups, Paying for College, Public Policy, Tables (Data), Trend Analysis

Postsecondary Education Opportunity, P.O. Box 415, Oskaloosa, IA 52577-0415 ($118 for 12 issues). Tel: 641-673-3401; Fax: 641-673-3411;; e-mail: subscription[at]; Web site:

Autor: Postsecondary Education Opportunity, n79-90 Jan-Dec 1999


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