Poverty Aid for Wealthy Students in Michigan

October 11, 2016

Michigan has spent more than $1 billion in federal poverty funds on state-based college aid programs since 2007, reported Bridge Magazine, a publication from the Center for Michigan, a nonprofit group. A substantial portion of that aid went to middle-class and wealthy students who attended private institutions. And the magazine reported that about 60 percent of students who receive the aid are from families with incomes above $50,000.

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