The Inspiration. “Only 3 percent of Minnesota’s African American and American Indian 9th graders, and 5 percent of Latino 9th graders, are projected to complete a bachelor’s degree before they are 25 years old.” Citizen’s League Higher Education Report 2004. The Promise.
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“Only 3 percent of Minnesota’s African American and American Indian 9th graders, and 5 percent of Latino 9th graders, are projected to complete a bachelor’s degree before they are 25 years old.”
Citizen’s League Higher Education Report 2004
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