February 6 | Educating Students Who Live in the Crisis of Poverty

What Works: From the Perspectives of People Who Have Lived It

A student in poverty is less likely to gain an education today than they were in the 1940s. If a student from poverty makes it to college, only 11 percent leave with a degree and/or certificate of completion. Studies show that 83 percent of students from generational poverty will stay there unless we are able to gain the knowledge and tools needed to meet them where they are, not where we want them to be.

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