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For high school students, benefits include lowering interest rates on subsidized student loans and increasing the maximum dollar value of Pell Grant scholarships, expanding eligibility requirements to include and serve more students with financial need and the creation of TEACH grants for students who commit to teach in areas of national need (science, technology, math, technology). [...] legislative language and an agenda have been presented to key staff members of the education committees in both houses to inform them about the service that private schools provide to the nation, their unique needs and the importance of language used in crafting legislation that would include rather than inadvertently exclude participation of qualified private school students and teachers from federal programs.
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