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For nearly a decade beginning in 1998, Pew supported the work of the National Center for Public Policy and Higher Education, a nonpartisan organization devoted to promoting public policies that enhance Americans’ opportunities to obtain high-quality education and training beyond high school.
With the support of Pew and its partner, Atlantic Philanthropies, the National Center released a series of report cards grading the states on factors ranging from college affordability to how well they prepare their students for higher education.
Pew is no longer active in the area of higher education policy, but encourages those who are interested in this subject to visit the National Center’s Web site at www.highereducation.org.
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