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2015 January 19 - 12:00 am

More Than Two Million Community College Students have Expressed Their Hopes for a Better Life Through Education

“The reason I’m coming back to school is that I’m tired of being poor. I want to make my parents proud. I’m getting older and I want my life to change. I’m determined, no matter what. I’d like a certificate or a piece of paper that I can show someone and get a decent job.

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