“I really didn’t think I could go to college,” said Cathryn Coley as she talks about the help and guidance she received from the Near Peer program at Post Falls High School. She will be the first person in her family to attend college.
“I really didn’t think I could go to college,” said Cathryn Coley as she talks about the help and guidance she received from the Near Peer program at Post Falls High School. She will be the first person in her family to attend college. KATHY PLONKA Spokesman-Review
“I really didn’t think I could go to college,” said Cathryn Coley as she talks about the help and guidance she received from the Near Peer program at Post Falls High School. She will be the first person in her family to attend college. KATHY PLONKA Spokesman-Review

Idaho finds ways to get students to ‘go on’ to college

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