New Jersey program prepares low-income students for college

07/26/2007 | NYTimes.com

Nearly three dozen high-achieving New Jersey high school students from low-income homes are living on college campuses, learning statistics and writing papers as part of a free program to prepare them for top U.S. colleges.

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