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News Briefing: Gates Grants Aim to Help Low-Income Students Finish College

By Kate Golden on December 9, 2008No Comment
  • Clara Miller, President and Chief Executive of Nonprofit Finance Fund, urges nonprofits to tame their impulses to do more in the current economy.  [Financial Times]

  • The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation announces $70 million in grants as part of an ambitious initiative to double the number of low-income students who earn a college degree by age 26.  [New York Times]

  • The Gates Foundation ensures media coverage of global health issues by supporting news organizations.  [New York Times]
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