Capital Partners for Education helps low-income teens graduate from high school

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Capital Partners for Education helps low-income teens graduate from high school
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Myiah Smith always had trouble balancing her responsibilities. The high school sophomore put an immense amount of pressure on herself. You could hear it in her voice.

“I don’t want to go to [just] any college,” she said. “I want to go to the best school there is.”

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Thus, her mentor, Ellen Gee, an epidemiologist at the Department of Defense, has never had to push her to get good grades. Instead, she has helped Myiah put grades into perspective.

The two were paired by Capital Partners…………… continues on Washington Post

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