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College For The Rich

15 April 2014 10 views No Comment

When a low-income student “says that he has been ‘set up’ for community college, he’s saying that as a poor kid with good grades, there is no longer any social commitment to him. And he understands that this fiscal reality is not what was promised — that if he did well in high school, studied hard and made decent grades, he would get funding for college,” Adam Kirk Edgerton, director of TRIO Upward Bound, writes in The Huffington Post‘s The Blog.

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