Bright teenagers from poor backgrounds are to be given a chance to study in the United States, a charity announced on Monday, the Huffington Post UK reports. Disadvantaged young people will have the opportunity to experience studying for a degree with Yale University after a new summer school programme was launched by The Sutton Trust. The initiative, a new version of the summer schools already run by the Trust in the UK, is expected to help 64 students in the first year, with priority given to those from homes with an income of less than £40,000 a year. The summer...

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