How Mentors and Scholarships Help Community College Students Succeed

"She said they took a close look at the students who weren’t pursuing higher education after high school, and found they had three things in common: 1) They tended to be lower- to lower-middle income; 2) They were academically fragile, meaning they weren’t eligible for academic scholarships and would also require remediation, typically math; and 3) No one in their family had ever been to college before."

Pathways High
3022 W. Wisconsin Ave.
Milwaukee, WI 53208
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