Browsing Research and Publications - Education Policy Center by Author "Koh, Jonathan P."

Browsing Research and Publications - Education Policy Center by Author "Koh, Jonathan P."

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  • Katsinas, Stephen G.; Koh, Jonathan P.; Murphy, David S.; Lacey, Vincent A.; Fincher, Mark E.; DeMonBrun, R. Matthew; Bray, Nathaniel J.; Breaux, Arleene P.; Malley, Michael S. Jr.; Adair, J. Lucas; Shedd, Louis E.
    The Education Policy Center at the University of Alabama has completed an objective analysis to determine whether there is a quantifiable relationship between the funding of Alabama’s universities and the per capita ...
  • Katsinas, Stephen G.; Davis, James E.; Friedel, Janice N.; Koh, Jonathan P.; Grant, Phillip D. (Education Policy Center, 2013-01)
    From Fall 2011 to Fall 2012, enrollment declined at 47 of the 62 two-year colleges in Alabama, Arkansas, and Mississippi, and as shown below, changes in Pell Grant eligibility is the major reason why. This report argues ...
  • Katsinas, Stephen G.; Davis, James E.; Koh, Jonathan P.; Grant, Phillip D. (Education Policy Center, 2012-12)
    Recent years have seen significant growth in the federal government’s foundational program to provide for access to college, the Pell Grant program. Nationally, the number of Pell participants have increased by 50% since ...
  • Katsinas, Stephen G.; Bray, Nathaniel J.; Koh, Jonathan P.; Grant, Phillip D. (Education Policy Center, 2012-11-26)
    Participation in the most basic national program to provide access to college, the federal Pell Grant program, has increased by 50% since 2008, from 6 million to 9 million students. The timing of these Pell increases could ...

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