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Excellence in Governance Award Linda Johnson! 

Janell Lewis went from 'Teaching Teddy Bears' to 'Teaching Teachers'

Gary Middle College Adds a New Look to Downtown 

Top 3 Reasons College is a Must and Not a Myth: Tuition Free Degrees Now

"A Black Cop Confronts the Crisis of Police Shootings and Racial Conflict: 'We All Bleed the Same.'"

In Gary, Indiana, only eleven percent of adults age 25 and over have a bachelor’s or associate’s degree. The town’s unemployment rate, 6.1%, is the lowest it has been since 2008 – yet is still significantly higher than the national average of five percent. In Gary and similar towns across America, the weight of poverty and the prospect of crippling college debt often prevent students from reaching beyond a high school degree.

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