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Adult high school: Baltimore nonprofit helps those over 21 earn a diploma and a better future

April 25, 2023

Today, hundreds of thousands of Marylanders have extremely limited options for building a career and financial security because they lack a basic credential — a high school diploma, which is generally a required prerequisite for higher education, vocational training and employment. Not having one severely inhibits a person’s ability to support a family and build financial security. For those who manage to get into the workplace without a high school diploma, options for advancement and careers are limited.

Article Source: Baltimore Sun

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