THE BOSTON GLOBE: August 14, 2022
By Adria Watson, Globe Staff
More students will get a shot at college through the Massachusetts Early College Initiative, launched in 2017 and aimed at helping high school students from low-income families and communities of color access college courses in high school.
The state is now more than doubling its investment in early college, which is expected to see an increase of 2,500 students this school year — about a 50 percent increase to approximately 7,500. Tucked into the state’s $52.7 billion spending plan is $19 million to help scale up early college programs for schools throughout Massachusetts.
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Watson, A. (2022, August 14). State more than doubles investment in early college high school programs. The Boston Globe. Retrieved from State more than doubles investment in early college high school programs – The Boston Globe