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District trying to keep high school grads from dropping out of college

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The District is testing a new mentoring program at three universities in an attempt to keep the large numbers of D.C. high school graduates who drop out of college from calling it quits. Through the College Retention Initiative, the city's Office of the State Superintendent of Education is paying 15 juniors at Delaware State University, Morgan State University and North Carolina A&T State...

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