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Disparity found in college choices for students in state-funded program

Students in a state-funded program that sends them from the city to suburban high schools are far less likely to attend top-tier colleges than are the suburban residents of the schools they attend, a study by The Boston Globe has found. Almost 90 percent of the students enrolled in the program go to college. But they enroll in two-year colleges and career and technical schools at a far higher rate than their suburban counterparts

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