Scholarships aim to entice more low-income students to college

06/7/2009 | Seattle Times, The

A new Washington state program extends college scholarships to low-income middle-school students who graduate with 2.0 GPAs and stay out of trouble. "This program is absolutely transformational," said Bob Craves, whose foundation is organizing college information sessions for the middle-schoolers.

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