May 2010
GAO Reports;5/27/2010, preceding p1
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The article focuses on the supervision of the U.S. Department of Education (Education) of the Title III and V grant programs to provide low-income and minority students access to higher education. It states that there were about 58% of low-income students who enrolled in college in 2007 and African Americana and Hispanic had lower rates of entrance. It explores the financial and performance monitoring of Education of Title III and V including eligibility, funding, and technical assistance plan.


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