Evaluation of the Talent Search Program

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U.S. Department of Education

Research has shown that college graduates have higher lifetime earnings and are more engaged in their communities than students who complete only high school. Yet low-income students and those whose parents have not attended college are less likely than their middle- and upper-income peers to finish high school and go on to college. As a result, they are also less likely to reap the economic and other benefits of doing so.

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Jill Constantine

Jill Constantine

Senior Vice President; Managing Director of Human Services

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