Gates Foundation To Fund Creation Of 70 New Schools

03/19/2002 | Seattle Times, The · NYTimes.com

The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation today was expected to announce that it plans to provide more than $40 million to establish up to 70 schools for disadvantaged students. The schools, which are to accept up to 400 students, reportedly will allow students to achieve high-school diplomas and up to two years of college credit.

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