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Author(s):Prep for Prep
Title:Prep for prep
Source:http://www.prepforprep.org/prepforprep/
Date:2006
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Short Description:Prep for Prep is a long-term investment strategy to develop the leadership potential of disadvantaged young people.
Annotation:Prep for Prep is a long-term investment strategy to develop the leadership potential of able young people from segments of society grossly under-represented in the leadership pool from which all of our major institutions draw.
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College Access
College Access Programs
High School
Low-Income Students
Middle School
Minority/Race/Ethnicity
Preparation/College Readiness

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