First Say Yes Class: More Earned College Degrees, But Dropout Problem Remains

Sunday, July 15, 2018
The Buffalo News

The high school Class of 2013 was the first in Buffalo to benefit from Say Yes to Education, the nonprofit that promises graduates free tuition at state colleges and universities. Four years later, more than a quarter of those who enrolled in college that first year had earned either a bachelor’s or associate degree.

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