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Delaney, Jennifer A.; Kearney, Tyler D.; Hemenway, Bradley – Change: The Magazine of Higher Learning, 2016
As tuition levels rise, predictability is an increasingly important consideration of college financing. In this article, the authors explore contemporary policy tools intended to enhance tuition predictability. They specifically consider guaranteed tuition plans. The authors begin their discussion by considering the prevalence of guaranteed…
Descriptors: Tuition, At Risk Students, Educational Policy, Student Costs
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Piane, Ginamarie – Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved, 1990
Although Blacks face a higher risk of hypertension than other Americans, a comparison between Blacks and Whites participating in a hypertension education series showed no significant differences. The program reduced by 68 percent the number of participants with high blood pressure. Proposes marketing and adherence strategies to attract and retain…
Descriptors: Behavior Modification, Blacks, Community Health Services, Comparative Analysis
Davis, Rodney E.; Wray, Ralph D. – 1991
The perceived needs for inservice education of secondary marketing education teachers in Illinois and Indiana were compared. In addition, three variables were tested to determine if they had a significant influence on perceived needs: gender, educational background (bachelor's versus master's degree), and socioeconomic status of the students…
Descriptors: Distributive Education, Distributive Education Teachers, Inservice Teacher Education, Marketing
Northern Illinois Univ., De Kalb. – 1990
A project was conducted to gather data on the outcomes of homemaking and consumer education programs in Illinois. The project also developed instruments and processes that will allow teachers to gather data in their school districts and store the data using a microcomputer. Data collection instruments were based on outcome statements as reported…
Descriptors: Child Development, Curriculum Development, Females, High School Graduates