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A Guaranteed College Future for These Seventh Graders

Enlace, Norma de la Vega Posted: Dec 27, 2008

SAN DIEGO Seventh grade Latino students from the Sweetwater school district visited San Diego State University with their parents on a recent weekend as part of a program that guarantees them a place in the university if they graduate high school with good grades, reports Norma de la Vega in Enlace. The program was initiated in 2000 and 639 Sweetwater students were admitted to the university. In fall 2008, 1,406 district graduates were admitted. The program is slated to continue through 2014.


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