These kids have high rates of homelessness, poverty, pregnancy- but almost all go to college


Kalamazoo, Mich., is home to two area high schools―Central High and Loy Norrix, TakePart reports. The schools’ student bodies exemplify some distressing statistics―one in three falls below the national poverty line, one in 12 is homeless, and among its black students, the city has one of the highest rates of teen pregnancy in the state, The New York Times reports. But those statistics seem almost inconsequential in light
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