And here is my personal requirement for the paper.
The Foundation put to public tender a major research contract to evaluate the impact of the access bursaries and to answer the following four questions:
1. Who are the low-income teenagers that decide to pursue PSE and how do they compare to low-income teenagers that decided not to pursue PSE?
2. Does providing more funding in the early years of PSE serve to attract more students from low-income families into PSE?
3. Does providing more funding in the early years of PSE contribute to increased persistence rates among low-income students?
4. Are there regional differences among students from low-income families across Canada?