Report 91-19: Reauthorization of the Higher Education Act of 1965 as Amended: A Report to California's Congressional Delegation Summarizing Consensus in California's Higher Education Community Regarding Proposed Revisions of the Act
Published by The California Postsecondary Education CommissionDecember 1991View Full Publication
This report to California's Congressional Delegation stemmed from a series of meeting for representatives of California's colleges and universities as well as the California Student Aid Commission that the California Postsecondary Education Commission called in order to discuss proposals for reauthorization of the federal Higher Education Act of 1965, as amended. Through these meeting, the representatives reached consensus on proposals regarding nine major areas of the Act. This report identifies each of those areas in turn and summarizes the consensus regarding them, beginning with seven issues related to Title IV -- Pell Grants, need analysis, program integrity, State Student Incentive Grants, Trio programs, ability to benefit, and financial aid transcripts -- and ending with library programs under Title II and graduate programs under Title IX. The appendix on page 9 lists the representatives of California's institutions and agencies of higher education who were involved in the preparation of the report.
Related Topics: Enrollment Demand and Capacity Analysis
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