college tuitition was Re: Children of the 21st century

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      I am behind on my emails. This would be a wonderful
      program. Here in OK they just started a lottery last January for “education”
      but we don’t have any programs like that that I have heard of. Maybe
      once it gets rolling and the schools come up from poverty levels and get
      properly funded, they might start a college program. That would be wonderful!

      Melissa in OK

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      tuitition was Re: Children of the 21st century
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      10.0pt;font-family:Arial;font-weight:bold;”>Posted by:
      “lisa griffeth” apiamama@yahoo.com
      apiamama


      7.5pt;font-family:Verdana;font-weight:bold;”>Wed Jan10,2007
      11:02am (PST)

      10.0pt;font-family:Georgia;”>I
      don’t know how you feel about relocating or how long the program will last (we
      are hoping a long time as our youngest is only 6…) but the state of Georgia
      has a plan funded thru lottery money that pays for full ( I think- we’ve not
      used it yet) tuition and books for GA students (to state approved
      colleges/universities) for 4 years if they have a good grade point average
      coming out of high school and maintain it while in college…

      Something to think about and look in to…..

      Lisa G.

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