• Harvard Researcher Finds Thousands More Low-Income Kids Able to Make College Dreams Possible

    ST. PAUL, MN – A new study conducted by Harvard University finds that the country’s educational achievement gap can be addressed through intensive, tailored coaching and support. The study, released today by Harvard researcher, Dr. Chris Avery and College Possible, is the first to rigorously examine the impact of a college success program using randomized controls, which are considered to be the gold standard of evaluation. The findings show that College Possible’s approach to unlocking the potential of low-income students is effective and that students served are significantly more likely to enroll in a four year college.

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  • Nonprofit helps create opportunity, promotes college opportunity

    The Gresham Outlook highlighted the strengths of College Possible’s curriculum and interviewed a graduate of the program, who will be returning as a high school coach this fall. The article emphasized the program’s recruitment efforts, which continue throughout May. Learn more by reading “Nonprofit helps create opportunity, promotes college education.”

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  • Expansion in Portland promises to break cycle of poverty

    The largest newspaper in Oregon featured College Possible Portland on the front of its Metro section. The articles focuses on the effort to bring a national college access and success model to the Portland metro area, current recruitment of high school sophomores and ambitions to expand the Portland program to reach even more students. To […]

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    “Making it through college, a step that people think is impossible for students with backgrounds like mine, is the most amazing thing.”

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    “If I could describe my experience as a college student in one word—it would be ‘amazing!'”

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