Title:More than money: mining the human and financial potential of Canada’s education savings programs for low-income families.
Author(s):Wong, May|split|Murray, Sheila
Corporate Author: Maytree
Subject:Income security programs – federal programs|split|Family – finances
Place of Publication:Toronto
Date of Publication:2010

This report outlines a number of specific recommendations on how service providers and government can improve low-income families’ access to federal government education savings programs. Even modest savings can encourage these students to pursue post-secondary education, by helping them overcome the high costs of tuition and by encouraging them to perceive that post-secondary education is within their reach.

 Material Type:Report

F. SOCIAL ISSUES/F.11 FAMILY/2010 More_than_Money.pdf

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