Developing State Policy that Supports Low-income, Working Students

Lays out an action framework that higher education leaders, nonprofit advocates, state policymakers, and postsecondary students who gathered during an April 2018 roundtable agree are needed to support the educational success of low-income working students, particularly students of color. It also examines how states must expand their policies beyond the traditional postsecondary landscape to acknowledge the complexity of these students’ lives.

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