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New Grant Foundation Scholars to Study Education Access, Immigration

The William T. Grant Foundation has chosen five early-career researchers to study education access and other issues.

Each of the 2015 scholars receives $350,000 for a five-year study of education policy issues:

"This is a top-notch group of early-career academics," Vivian Tseng, vice president for the program, said in a statement. "They are tackling important questions facing young people in order to inform future education, family, and immigration policies."

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