Washington Update

Dervarics, Charles
October 1999
Black Issues in Higher Education;10/28/1999, Vol. 16 Issue 18, p7
Reports on higher education budget spending in the United States (US). Information on the education budget spending blueprint of the US Senate; Details on the appropriations for Historically Black Colleges and Universities; Provisions for a student financial aid partnership program.


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