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Learn to Earn Dayton rolls out 'Equity Fellows' program in local schools

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A local organization has fully established its new effort to close the educational achievement gap in Montgomery County. Learn to Earn Dayton has implemented its Equity Fellows program, which is in its first stage of development. This new initiative was made possible by StriveTogether, a national nonprofit that works to improve educational opportunities for every child. The nonprofit awarded Learn to Earn Dayton with $500,000 to help established the Equity Fellow program. Inspired by the STEM…
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