Program Found To Boost Youths' College Attendance

Harp, Lonnie
March 1992
Education Week;3/11/1992, Vol. 11 Issue 25, p10
The article reports on intervention programs aimed at raising the expectations of disadvantaged youths in the U.S. Indications showed that the program indeed boosted college-attendance rates and encourage success. Despite the success of the program, it is often handicapped by a lack of information or are overwhelmed by the continuing pressures to raise funds.


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