CSLP

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AcronymDefinition
CSLPCanada Student Loans Program
CSLPColorado Student Loan Program
CSLPConstraints and Language Processing (workshop)
CSLPCooperative Satellite Learning Project
CSLPCroatian Social Liberal Party (political party)
CSLPCenter for the Study of Learning and Performance (Concordia University, Montreal, Canada)
CSLPCenter for Short-Lived Phenomena (1968-1975; Smithsonian Institution)
CSLPCouncil for Second Language Programs
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The Canadian student loan system is currently anchored by the Canada Student Loans Program (CSLP).
This paper looks at changes to the student body and student living standards since the introduction of the Canada Student Loans Program in 1964.
The big picture for higher education includes the recognition of private institutions (such as the province of Alberta bestowing degree-granting status on the US-based Devry Institute), privatization of curriculum, privatization of programs (witness the transfer of the Canada Student Loans Program from the federal government to private banks) and `rationalization' of programs at colleges and universities (as has taken place recently in Nova Scotia and Newfoundland and Labrador).
A central aspect of the campaign is the conversion of the Canada Student Loans Program to a national grant system, a change which will help increase access to higher education for poor Canadians.
For almost 30 years, the Canada Student Loans Program (CSLP) and its provincial counterparts have helped millions of Canadians attend college or university and thereby achieve major career and life goals.
As noted earlier, the country's student loans system is anchored by the Canada Student Loans Program.
Women represent nearly two thirds of the Canada Student Loans Programs part-time recipients and nearly four out of five recipients of the Canada Student Grant for students with dependent children.
Women represent nearly two thirds of the Canada Student Loans Programs part-time recipients, while approximately four out of five students receiving the Canada Student Grant for students with dependent children are women.
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