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Financial aid assistance - To help Springfield School District students navigate financial aid for college, the district has created a Financial Aid Web page for parents at www.springfield.k12.or.us/financialaid.
But the program only reaches about 3 percent of students, says Mark Kantrowitz, publisher of finaid.org, a financial aid Web site.
For example, Education could obtain existing lists of state-approved high schools and make them available on the department's student financial aid Web site.
Boyle says, however, that university financial aid Web sites are getting better, but stilt need to clarify exactly what financial aid is and how it works by offering basic, easy to understand information.
Mark Kantrowitz, who publishes the financial aid Web sites Fastweb.com and Finaid.org, observed that "a lot of people who need relief right now won't be the ones who benefit.
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