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Technicality may end student program

Anne Marie Nolan, 19, worked on the computers at Choice Thru Education, where she is in the GED program, in Chelsea. 'This is my only chance,' she said.
By David Abel
Globe Staff / November 2, 2007

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CHELSEA - It was just a computer glitch on a federal government website. But it could force the closing of an award-winning program that has helped thousands of low-income students of this working-class city enter some of the nation's most elite universities. (Full article: 1309 words)

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