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From Cambridge to college

June 2, 2005

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IN 1991, businessman George Weiss offered to pay the college tuition of 69 Cambridge second-graders if they graduated from high school. Many were poor, learning-disabled, and struggling to speak English. The program, Say Yes to Education, started in Philadelphia and provides students with intensive support as they go through school. (Full article: 441 words)

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