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A survey of 1,010 Americans age 18 or older showed that more than half of those polled believe tutoring and additional support in high school are the most effective ways to help minorities succeed in college. The poll was commissioned by Jobs for the Future and was conducted this fall.

SOURCE: Jobs for the Future, "Leaks in the Postsecondary Pipeline: A Survey of Americans"

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