Harvard program helps urban teens pursue higher education

08/25/2004 | NYTimes.com

This summer, Harvard University's Crimson Summer Academy is tutoring and counseling 30 low-income high school sophomores from public and parochial schools in the Boston area to prepare them for admission to top colleges. Each student receives a $200-a-week stipend during three consecutive summer sessions, a laptop and a $3,000 college scholarship upon completion of the program.

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