Unease grows about future of financing for Pell grants


With the lame-duck Congress winding down and a $5.7 billion gap in financing looming for next year’s Pell grants--and a further $8 billion gap for the following year--there is growing uncertainty about the future of the grants, the nation’s most significant financial-aid program for college students, reports the New York Times. After months of wrangling, Congress grappled Friday with stopgap financing to keep the government in business after the budget
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