Improving Connections to Student Aid: Helping Low-Income Students Benefit from National Investments in Workforce Training

Summarizes how workforce training at community colleges can address students’ financial needs. The research looks at how students finance their training; how community-college based workforce training programs do or do not coordinate with Title IV aid; and roadblocks and solutions for low-income students. 

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