Student-Aid Group Releases Revised Ethics Documents
"The National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators released on Thursday updated versions of its Statement of Ethical Principles and Code of Conduct," The Chronicle of Higher Education's The Ticker reports.
"The revised documents incorporate member feedback from draft versions released in February. The association also plans to add enforcement provisions, said Justin Draeger, its president. Those will be available in draft form for member feedback before the group’s annual meeting, in late June."
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