Policymakers and entrepreneurs should invest in technology and data collection to help guide people through the process of accessing financial aid and higher education, according to a new report from the American Enterprise Institute. According to the report, many prospective, qualified students do not complete the tasks, deadlines, and paperwork necessary to get into college and receive financial aid, resulting in society “miss[ing] out on the benefits of educated citizens.”
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