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Turner quoted on minimal impact of very broad-based grants to low-income college students

a PSC In The News reference, 2006

"The Relationship Blend" - New York Times. 07/27/2006.

Sarah Turner was quoted in David Brooks op-ed column in the New York Times (July 27, 2006) "The Relationship Blend." Her quote about education funding was "Very broad-based programs such as tuition subsidies or across-the-board grants to low-income students are likely to have minimal effects on college completion while imposing large costs.

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Sarah E. Turner

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